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3501. “Florida Death Index,” Fliorida. Office of Vital Records, Florida Department of Health. Ancestry.com, www.ancestry.com :2004., Y, Y.
YES
3502. “"Florida Death Index, 1877 - 1998," database, Ancestry, Ancestry.com ?,” Florida Department of Health, Office of Vital Records, (http://www.ancestry.com), Y, Y.
YES
YES
3503. “"World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918." Database and images.,” Ancestry.com . http://www.ancestry.com : 2005., Y, Y.
YES
3505. “Florida State Census, population schedule,” Florida, Dade, Digital images. Ancestry.com. http://www.ancestry.com : 2008, Y, Y.
Florida State Census 1945. 1850 SW 17 St, Dade Co, Florida
Morris,37 (1908),bFl,college,lawyer.
Myra,32(1913),bFL,hs.
Donald,11(1934),bFL.
Marshall,8(1937),bFL

YES
3506. “"Florida Death Index, 1977 - 1998," database, Ancestry.com,” Office of Vital Records, Florida Department of Health, (http://www.ancestry.com : 2004), Y, Y.
YES
3507. “"Socia Security Death Index (SSDI) Death," database,” Social Security Administration, Genealogy Bank ?(http://www.genealogybank.com), Y, Y.
3508. “"Social Security Death Index," database,” Social Security Administration, Ancestry.com ?(http://www.ancestry.com : 2011), Y, Y.
3510. “"Florida Marriage Collection, 1822 - 1875 and 1927 - 2001," database, Ancestry.com,” Florida Department of Health, (http://www.ancestry.com : 2006), Y, Y.
YES
3511. “Florida Death Index. ancestry.com,” Florida. Office of Vital Records, Florida Department of Health. Ancestry.com, www.ancestry.com :1998., Y, Y.
YES
YES
3512. “1920 U.S. census, Ancestry.com, Digital images,” Florida, Clay, http://www.ancestry.com: National Archives and Records Administration, 2010, Y, Y.
1920 United States Federal Census, 3 June, ? 47 Finn St.
95. BucholtzAbraham,40(b1880),I1896,Na1914,bRom,FbRom,MbRom,MerchantDryGoods
96. Fannie,41(b1879),I1896,Na,bPol,FbPol,MbPol
97. Louis,15(b1905),Tx
98. Harry,13(b1907),Tx

YES
YES
3513. “"Florida Deaths, 1877 - 1939," database, Familyearch.org ?,” Office of Vital Records, Florida Department of Health, (https://familysearch.org), Y, Y.
YES
YES
3514. “Clay County Crescent,” Florida. Clay Country., Y, Y.
Bucholtz - Harry D. Bucholtz of 159 Ferris St. passed away unexpectedly Monday. Born in Richmond, Texas, he had lived in Green Cove Springs most of his life where he worked as a plumber, and was a member of Cabul Lodge F. & A.M. He is survived by 1 daughter, Mrs. Klara Mattox and 1 brother, Louis of GCS. Funeral services were held in Helm Funeral Home Chapel at 4:00 PM Tueday afternoon with Rites by members of Cabul Lodge. Interment was in Hickory Gove cemetery. Pallbearers were Vonleke Craven, Lawrence Wall, Joe Hunter, Otto Knowles, Ed Todd, Floyd Tatum, F. T. Wall.

YES
YES
3515. “"Florida Dath Index," database, Ancestry.com, ancestry.com ?,” Florida Department of Health, (http://www.ancestry.com : 2004), Y, Y.
YES
3516. “"Social Security Death Index," database,” Social Security Administration, Ancestry.com ?(http://www.ancestry.com : 2011), Y, Y.
YES
3517. “Louis D. Bucholtz,” Florida. Clay County., Y, Y.
Louis D. Bucholtz, age 81, passed away Monday. A native of Dallas, Texas he was a member of Douglas, Ga. Lodge # 386 F&AM and was a retired Salesman, having been employed many years at Harry's Men Store. Survivors are one daughter, Cynthia Bucholtz, Hollywood, Fla. and niece Klara Mattox, GCS. Funeral services were held at 10 A.M. Tuesday in Helm Funeral Home Chapel, Max Kaplan and Rev. Joe Neth officiating. Intern=ment was in Hicklry Grove Cemetery with Cabul Lodge F & A M convering honors. Helm Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.

YES
YES
3518. “"Social Security Death Index," database, Ancestry.com,” Social Security Administration, (http://www.ancestry.com : 2011), Y, Y.
YES
3519. “"Social Security Death Index," database,” Social Security Administration, Ancestry.com ?(http://www.ancestry.com : 2012), Y, Y.
3520. “The Florida TImes Union,” Florida. Jacksonville., Y, Y.
Bucholtz - Funeral services for Abe Bucholtz, who died at his home in Tampa Thursday, were held in the parlors of the Florida Funeral Home at 10 A. M. yesterday, Rabbi Morris D. Margolis of Jacksonville Jewish Center officiating. Pallbearers were: Max Rubin, Dave Moscovitz, Max Mirkis, B Baker, B. Berk and Sam Halpersn. Interment was in the Jacksonville Jewish Center Cemetery.

YES
YES
3521. “Selected U.S. Naturalization Records.,” Florida. Duval., Ancestry.com. U.S. Naturalization Records . http://www.ancestry.com, Y, Y.
YES
3522. “ BUCHOLTZ,” Floirda. Jacksonville., Y, Y.
BUCHOLTZ Barry Louis Bucholtz, 43, of Boca Raton passed away on May 13, 2006, at Broward General Hospital. The son of Adrianne Mautner (Henry) and the late Paul Bucholtz, Barry attended Bolles High School and the University of Florida. He is survived by Brent Bucholtz (Maria) and many loving aunts, uncles, cousins and friends. Donations may be made to the Paul Bucholtz Scholarship Fund at Temple Ahavath Chesed, 8727 San Jose Blvd, Jacksonville, FL. Arrangements are by Hardage-Giddens Funeral Home, 4115 Hendricks Avenue. Please Sign the Guestbook @ Jacksonville.com. Published in the Florida Times-Union from May 15 to May 21, 2006.

YES
YES
3523. “The Florida Times-Union,” Florida. Jacksonville., Y, Y.
Mrs. Betty Bucholtz Dies at Home Here; Resident 55 Years. Mrs. Betty Bucholtz, a resident of Jacksonville for 55 years and widow of Louis Bucholtz, died early yesterday at her home, 2764 Oak St. Private funeral services will be held at 10:30 a. m. tomorrow in the Jacksonville Jewish Center Cemetery with Dr. Sanders A. Tofield, Cantor A. Marton, and Dr. Sidney Lefkowitz, Temple Ahavath Chesed, officiating. Mrs Bucholtz was a member of the Jacksonville Jewish Center, Temple Ahavath Chesed, Center Sisterhood, B'nai B'rith, Hebrew Ladies Sheltering Aid Society, Hadassah and the National Council of Jewish Women. She is survived by a daugther, Miss Etta Bucholtz of Jacksonville, a sister, Mrs. D. L. Mark of Jacksonville; two brothers, Herman Rosenberg of Miami and Samuel Rosenberg of Jacksonville, a daughter-in-law, Mrs. Sam Bucholtz of Jakconville,; two grandchildren, Paul and Sam Bucholtz, both of Jacksonville and several nieces and nephew. The family requests that flowers be omitted. Arrangements are in charge of . . . Funeral Home.

YES
YES
3524. “ Polk's Jacksonville City Directory . 1931-32 volumes. 1932. Digital images.,” Ancestry.com, www.ancestry.com . www.ancestry.com : 1931-32, Y, Y.
YES
YES
3525. “1930 U.S. census, Ancestry.com, Digital images,” Florida, Duval, www.ancestry.com: National Archives and Records Administration, 1930, Y, Y.
1813 Perry
3. Silver,Harry,Rent$24,Radio,27,m22,R/W,bNY:,FbRom,MbRom,ManagerDeptStore
4. Martha,23,m17,R/W,bFL,FbRus,MbRom
5. Leornard,3,bFL,FbNY,MbFL
6. Jack,7m,bGA,FbNY,MbFL
7. Bucholtz,Clara,71,m16,notR/W,bRus,FbRus,MbRus,I1905,Na,Yiddish,noEng

YES
YES
3526. “ Polk's Jacksonville City Directory . 1929 volumes. 1929. Digital images.,” Ancestry.com, www.ancestry.com., Y, Y.
YES
YES
3527. “1935 State Census, population schedule,” Florida, Duval, Digital images. Ancestry.com. ancestry.com . http://www.ancestry.com : 2008, Y, Y.
YES
YES
3528. “ Polk's Jacksonville City Directory . 1932-33 volumes. 1933. Digital images.,” Ancestry.com, Ancestry.com . www.ancestry.com : 1933, Y, Y.
YES
YES
3529. “ Polk's Jacksonville City Directory . 1930-31 volumes. 1931. Digital images.,” Ancestry.com, ancestry.com . www.ancestry.com : 1930-31, Y, Y.
YES
YES
3530. “ Polk's Jacksonville Directory of Householders, Occupants of Office Buildings and other Business Places, Inclding a Complete Street and Avenue Guide . 1932-33 volumes. 1932-33. Digital images.,” Ancestry.com, Ancestry.com . www.ancestry.com : 1932-33, Y, Y.
YES
YES
3531. “ Polk's Jacksonville City Directory . 1933-34 volumes. 1933-34. Digital images.,” Ancestry.com, Ancestry.com . www.ancestry.com, Y, Y.
YES
YES
3532. “ Polk's Jacksonville City Directory . 1935 volumes. 1935. Digital images.,” Ancestry.com, ancestry.com . www.ancestry.com, Y, Y.
YES
YES
3533. “Digital images.,” Howard-Herzenberg Funeral Home (Jacksonville, Florida), Ancestry.com. Florida, Jacksonville Area Obituary Collection, 1851 - 2009 . www.ancestry.com : 2010, Y, Y.
?(www.ancestry.com)
YES
YES
3534. “Bucholtz,” Florida. Jacksonville., Y, Y.
Bucholtz - Etta Bucholtz of 4975 San Jose Blvd. died suddernly Saturday in a local hospital. She had lived here all her life and was a member of Temple Ahavath Chesed and the Hadassah. Survivors include, her nephew Sam Bucholtz Jr.; 2 neices, Mary Bucholtz and Adrianne Bucholtz Moutner; 3 grand nephews and 1 grand niece. Graveside services will be held at 4 p.m. Monday in Temple Cemetery with Dr. Howard Greenstein and Dr. Sidney Lefkowitz officiating. In lieu of flowers contributions should be made to the Paul Bucholtz Memorial Fund at Temple Ahavath Chesed. Arrangements by the Hardage-Krauss Funeral Home,

YES
YES
3535. “Applications for Account Numbers, Form SS-5,” Social Security Administration, Y, Y.
YES
YES
3536. “The Florida Times-Union,” Florida. Jacksonville., Y, Y.
Bucholtz - Funeral services for Harry Bucholtz will be held at 2 p.m. Thursday in the Estes - Krauss Funeral Home, 618 Laura St., with Dr. Sidney M. Lefkowitz, rabbi of Temple Ahavath Chesed, officiating. Burial will be in Temple Cemetery. Mr. Bucholtz, who lived at 2217 Post St., died Wednesday in the River Garden Hebrew Home for the Aged. He had lived in Jacksonville 50 years and was a member of Temple Ahavath Chesed. Survivors include his widow, Mrs. Lottie Bucholtz; a daughter Miss Miriam Bucholtz, both of Jacksonville; a son, Marvin Bucholtz of Oklahoma City, Okla., and several nieces, nephews and cousins. Pallbearers wil be Al Bressler, Lous Paul, Joel Fisher, Sidney Entman, Mayer Provas and Leo Herschovitz.

YES
YES
3537. “The Florida Times-Union,” Florida. Jacksonville., Y, Y.
Bucholtz - Lottie Bucholtz, 84, of 1886 San Marco Blvd., died Wednesday after a long illness. A native of Fall River, Mass., she had been a resident of Jacksonville for the past 48 years. She retired several years ago from the French Novelity Shops, where she had been a sales lady for 20 years. She was a member of the Temple Ahavath Chesed, former Gray Lady at River Garden, and a member o River Garden Auxiliary. Survivors include 1 daugeer Miss Miriam T Bucholtz; 1 son, Malvin N. Bucholtz; 1 sister, Belle Friedman; 2 brothers, Hy and Albert Galkin. Funeral services will be held at 4 p.m. Thurday at the graveside in Temple Cemetery,with Rabbi Howard Greenstein officiating. The family suggests memorials to the American Cancer Society or the Northeast Florida Hospice Association. Arrangements by Hardage - Krauss Southside Funeral Home, 4115 Hendricks Ave.

YES
YES
3538. “The Florida Times-Union,” Florida. Jacksonville., Y, Y.
Death Calls L. Bucholtz. Retired Real Estate Man to Be Buried Today. Funeral services for Louis Bucholtz, 64, of 2764 Oak Street, retired real estate operator, will be held at 10 A. M. today in Hardage and Sons' chapel, 517 Park Street, Rabbi A. Herbert Fedder and Rabbi B. Safer officiating, assisted by Cantor Abram Marton. Pallbearers will be: Active, L. Klepper, Meyer Singer, Max Rubin, Eugene L. Henry, Joseph Hackel and M. Marco; honorary, V. Markovitz, B.. Berks, M. C. Kass, Dave Moss, Issac Peiser, Louis Sack and Maurice Hirsh. Mr. Bucholtz died suddenly Wednesday night. Death was attributed to a heart attack. A native of Romania he had made his home in Jacksonville for more than 40 years and had many friends here who will regret his passing. Surviving are his widow, Mrs. Betty Rosenberg Bucholtz a son, Sam Bucholtz; a daughter, Miss Etta Bucholtz, and two grandchildren, all of Jacksonville; a brother, Harry Bucholtz, this city,and one sister, Mrs. Herman Rosenberg, St. Petersburg. Interment will be in the Jacksonville Jewish Center Cemetery. The family requests that flowers be omitted.

YES
YES
3539. “1920 U.S. census, Ancestry.com, Digital images,” Florida, Duval, www.ancestry.com: National Archives and Records Administration, 1920, Y, Y.
? E or W 6th St.
73. RosenbergHerman,own,43,I1898,Na1903,R/W,
bRomSpH,FbRomSpH,MbRomSpH,Eng,
RetailMerchantDryGoods,Employer
74. Mollie,37,I1898,Na1903,R/W,bRomSpHFbRomSpH,MbRomSpH,SpEng
75. Simeon,14,R/W,bFL,FbRom,MbRom,SpEng
76. Morris,13,bFL,FbRomSpH,MbRomSpH
77. Eva,7,bFL,FbRomSpH,MbRomSpH
78. BucholtzClara,59,I1885,Na1904,R/W,bRomSpH,FbRomSpH,MbRomSpH,Eng
79. Mandy,60,I1882,Na1904,R/W,bRom,FbRomSpH,MbRomSph

YES
YES
3540. “1910 U.S. census, Ancestry.com, Digital images,” Florida, Duvall, www.ancestry.com: National Archives and Records Administration, 1910, Y, Y.
751 Adams St, Jacksonville, Duval, Florida
69. RosenbergHerman,husb,27,m5y,bRom,FbRom,MbRom,Na,Eng,MerchantDryGoods
70. Molly,wife,26,m5,bRom,FbRom,MbRom,2child,2livin,Eng
71. Simeon,son,4,bFl
72. Morris,son,3,bFl
73. BucholtzM,father-in-law,bRom,FbRom,MbRom,Eng,Na,MerchantDryGoods
74. Clara,mother-in-law,bRom,FbRom,MbRom,Eng

YES
YES
3541. “The Florida Times Union,” Florida. Jacksonville., Y, Y.
Mendel Bucholtz. Funeral services for Mendel Bucholtz, 65, native of Rumania, but for the past thirty years a resident of Jacksonville, retired dry goods merchant and member of the Jacksonville Jewish Cener, who died at his home Friday evening, were held at the home of his son Louis Bucholtz, Sixth street and Boulevard, at 8 o'clock yesterday afternoon. Dr. Harry Cohen and Cantor Aaron L. Edgar, of the Jacksonville Jewish Cetner, assisted by the Rev. B Safer, officiated. The pallbearers will be: Honarary: Jacob Lapinsky, Daid Moscovitz, Joseph Witten, Samuel Schwartz, Zalman Romer and J. Fleet; active, Max Rubin, Harry Finkelstein, Max N. Oberdorfer, David Davis, Judah Joel and David Singer. Interment was in the famiy lot in the Jacksonville Jewish Center cemetery by the Marcus Conant Company.

YES
YES
3542. “The Florida Times Union,” Florida. Jacksonville., Y, Y.
Bucholtz - Paul Bucholtz, of 9324 River Shores Lane, died Thursday. Mr. Bucholtz was born in Jacksonville and had lived here all his life. At the time of his death, he was associated with the Lugage Shop as a buyer. He was a member of the Jakckonville Jewish Temple, a member of the Board of the Jewish Temple. In lieu of flowers, the family requests that donations be made to the Youth Activities of thTemple. Memorial services will be held at his residence at 7 p.m. Saturday, Sunday and Monday. Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Adrianne Bucholtz, 2 sons, Barry and Brent Bucholtz; 1 brother, Sam Bucholtz; all of Jacksonville. Graveside services were held at 4 p.m. Friday in Temple Cemetery. Dr. Howard Greenstein officiating. Hardage-Krauss Southside Funeral Home, 4115 Hendricks Ave. in charge.

YES
YES
3543. “"Florida Marriages, 1837 - 1974," database, FamilySearch.org ?,” Florida, (https://familysearch.org), Y, Y.
YES
YES
3544. “1945 State Census, population schedule,” Florida, Ducal, Digital images. Ancestry.com. ancestry.com . http://www.ancestry.com : n.d., Y, Y.
YES
YES
3545. “The Florida Times - Union,” Florida. Jacksonville., Y, Y.
Bucholtz - Funeral services for Sam Bucholtz will be held at 3 o'clock this afternoon in the Jewish Temple at Johns and Mallory streets, with Rabbi Sidney M. Lefkowitz officiating. Burial will be in Temple Cemetery under the direction of S. A. Kyle, 17 W. Union St. Mr. Bucholtz of 1407 Edgewood Cir. died yesterday morning in a local hospal. He was born in New York and had lived in Jacksonville for 53 years. He was a member of the Jewish Temple and was the first vice president of the Temple, a member of board of theTemple, a member of the Florida Bar Asso. and of the Eeta Beta Tau Fratermity. Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Sadie Bucholtz, two sons, Sam Bucholtz, Jr. and Paul Bucholtz, one sister, Miss Etta Bucholtz, and his mother, Mr. Betty Bucholtz, all of Jacksonville. Active pallbearers will be Bentwell M. Hirsch, Joseph M. Glickstein, Dr. Henry Mark, Dr. Joseph Lowenthal, Louis Joel, Martin Sack, Leonard Fink, Meridan Rosenblum, L. W. Katzman, and Morris Rosenberg: honoary, Signman Wolf, Sheldon Rosenblum, Tyree M. Kirbe, Hy M. Caplan, Harry . . . . (unreadable)

YES
YES
3547. “Marriage License.,” Florida. Duval., Y, Y.
YES
YES
3548. “"Florida, Marriages, 1837 - 1974," database, Family Search,” (https://familysearch.org), Y, Y.
YES
3549. “FloridaJacksonvilleRosenbergHermanNaturalization1912,” Florida. Duval., Ancestry.com. http://www.ancestry.com, Y, Y.
YES
YES
3550. “"WWI Civilian Draft Registration," database, Ancestry.com,” (http://www.ancestry.com : 2000), Y, Y.
YES
3551. “The Florida Times-Union,” Florida. Jacksonville., Y, Y.
Silver - Funeral services for Hrry Sillver, retired merchant and veteran of World War I, will be held at 11 a.m. Firday in the Jacksonvile Jewish Center, 3rd at Silver streets, with Rabbi Jerome Lipnick and the Cantor A. Marton, officiating. The body will be in the residence until 9:30 a.m. Friday when it will be taken ato the Jacksonville Jewish Center until the service. Burial wil be in the Center Memorial Park, 43rd at Liberty streets unter direction of Estes - Krauss Funeral Home. Mr. Silver of 744 West St died Wednesday in a Jacksonville hospital. He was born in New York City and had lived inJacksonville since 1944. He was a amemmber of the Jacksonville Jewish Center. Survivors include his widow, Mrs. Martha Weinstein Silver; two sons, Alfred Silver of Los Angeles, and Jack Silver of Jacksonville; a grandson, Stephen Silver of Los Angeles; a brother, Morris Silver of NEw York City, and several nieces and nephews. Honorary pallbearers will be Nat Cohen, Henry Heller, Barney Freedman, Dr. Sam Witten, Joe Goldstein, Harry Fraden, Joe Barley, Sam Herman, Dr. J. H. St. John, and Rufus Hssouri. Active pallbearers are Norman Freedman, Max Rosenberg, Jack Proctor, Samuel Spevak, Nathan Schevitz and Meyer O. Soforenko. Pallbearers are to meet in the Jacksonville Jewish Center at 10:45 a.m. The family asks that flowers be omitted and memorials made to the Foundation Fund of the Jakcsonville Jeish Center.

YES
YES
3552. “The Florida Times-Union,” Florida. Jacksonville., Y, Y.
Silver - Mr. Jack Silver, 61, died March 24, 1989, at his home after a brief illness. Mr. Silver was a life-long resident of Jacksonville, where he was a practising C.P.A. for many years. He was a member of the Temple Ahavath Chesed, the John A. Pratt Masonic Lodge No. 261, was a Navy Veteran of @\\WW II, and a graduate of the University of Florida. Survivors include his wife, Jean Silver, mother Martha Silver, both of Jacksonville, brother, Alfred Silver, and his nephew, Stephen Silver, both of Los Angeles, Calif. Graveside Services will be held at 10 a.m. Monday in Oaklawn Cemetery, with Rabbi Barry Altman officiating. In lieu of flowers, donations to the Jacksonville Jewish Federation, Northeast Florida Hospice or the American Cancer Society. Arrangements by Hardage - Giddens Guardian Chapel, 4115 Hendricks.

YES
YES
3553. “The Florida Times-Union,” Florida. Jacksonville.
Silver - Funeral services for Leonard Silver, 35, local attorney, will be held at 10 a.m. Thursday in the Jacksonville Jewish Center, Third and Silver streets, with Rabbi Moshe V. Goldblum and Rev. A. Marton officiating. The body will rest in the Center from 9 a.m. Burial will be in the New Center Memborial Park, 43rd and Liberty streets, under the direction of Estes - Krauss Funeral Home. Mr. Silver, who lived at 2504 Lotus Drive E, died Tuesday in the residence. He was born in Florida and had lived in Jacksonville since he was a small child. He was a member of the Jacksonville Jewish Center, a graduate of Robert E. Lee High School, University of Florida Law School and attended Miami University, Oxford, Ohio. He was a member of the Elks Lodge, a veteran of World War II and Korean War, a member of the Jacksonville Bar Association and the Florida Bar Association. Survivors include his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Silver, this city, and two bothers, Jack Silver, this city, and Alfred Silver, Los Angeles, Calif. Honorary pallbears will be Judge Lloyd Layton, Judge Tyree Boyer, Hudge E. L. Jones, Judge Roger J. Waybright, Judge John M. McNalt. Judge Marion W. Gooding, Judge Charles A. Luckie, Judge Wiliam A. Stanly, Judge William H. Maness, Judge Charles R. Scott, Judge William L. Duren, Judge Frank H. Elmore, Abbey I. Fink, Joel L. Goldman, Dr. J. H. St. Johns, Barney Bockel, Nat Cohen, Milton Doeger, Sidney E. Lewis, Barney Freedman, Sam Rosnefeld Henry M. Searcy, William S. Goldstein, Allen Siegel, Bennie Margol, Sam Berman, Aaron Davis, Clarence M. Wood, Frank Lucente, Irving Klepper, and Nathan Schewitz, active William A. Hallowes III, Judge Albert W. Graeasle Jr., Judge William T. Harvey, Norman P Freedman, Albert J. Daiz, Ralph Kunsberg, Henery Heller, and Maurice Goldstein. Pallbears are asked to meet at the center at 9:45 a.m. The family requests that flowers be omitted.

YES
YES
3554. “The Florida Times-Union,” Floirda. Jacksonville., Y, Y.
Silver - Martha Silver, 83, died June 14, 1991 in a local hospital after a brief illness. Born in Georgia, she had lived in Jacksonville for over 60 years and was a member of the Jacksonville Jewish Center and Hadassah Mr. Silver was a very active volunteer for River Garden Hebrew Home and Baptist Hospital. Survivors include her son, Alfred Silver, grandson, Stephen Silver and daughter-in-law, Jean Silver. Graveside services will be held at 10:30 a.m. Tuesday in Center Memorial Park (43rd at Liberty) with Rabbi Gary Perras officiating. In lieu of flowers, donations to River Garden. Arrangements by Hardage-Giddens Funeral Home, 4115 Hendricks Avenue.

YES
YES
3555. “1910 U.S. census, Ancestry.com, Digital images,” Florida, Duval, http://www.ancestry.com: National Archives and Records Administration, 2006, Y, Y.
1919 United States Federal Census, 23 Apr 1910..
941 Bay St., Jacksonville, Florida
3.WeinsteinN,41(1869),M1,bRus,FbRus,MbRus,I1885,Na,Eng,MerchantClothingEmp,
R/W,rent
4.Rebecca,28(1882),M1,bHungary,FbHungary,MbHungary,I1902,Eng
5.Martha2(1908),bFL
6.Max1(1909),bFL
7.Sophia8/12(1909),bFL

YES

YES
YES
3556. “1935 Florida Census, population schedule,” Floirda, Duval, Digital images. Ancestry.com . http://www.ancestry.com : 2008, Y, Y.
Florida State Census 1935, Duval County. 1732 Perry St.
Silver Harry,32,bNY,grammer school, attorney.
....Martha,27,bFl,college
...Leonard,8,bFl.
...Jack,7,bGA.
...Alfred,bFl.
BucholtzClara,80,bRussua

YES
3557. “1920 U.S. census, Ancestry.com, Digital images,” Florida, Duval, http://www.ancestry.com: National Archives and Records Administration, 2010, Y, Y.
1920 United States Federal Census, 7&8 Jan, 1707 Bao;ward St. Jacksonville, Fl.
29. Lewis Bucholtz,38(b1882),I1896,Na, bRom,FbRom,MbRom,RetMerchantDryGoodsEmp
30. Betty,30(b1890),I1900,Na,bRom,FbRom,MbRom
31. Sam,16(b1905),bNY,FbRom,MbRom
32. Etta,14(b1905),bFL,FbRom,MbRom
33. Sylvia,2 11/12(b1917),bFL,FbRom,MbRom
34. Harry,28(b1892),I1897,Na,bRom,FbRom,MbRom.

YES
YES
3558. “1910 U.S. census, Ancestry.com, Digital images,” Florida, Ducal, http://www.ancestry.com: National Archives and Records Administration, 2006, Y, Y.
1910 United States Federal Census. 23 April. Address 1710 ? Avenue, Jacksonvills.
36. BucholtzAbram,35(b1875),M17,bRom,FbRom,MbRom,M1-7y,R/W,SpEng,
Merchant, general merchandise.
37. Fannie,40(b1870),vM27,5child4liv,bRus(Pol),FbRus(Pol),MbRus(Pol),
M2-7y,R/W,SpEng

YES
YES
3559. “"Social Security Death Index," database,” Social Security Administration, Ancestry.om ?(http://www.ancestry.com : 2011), Y, Y.
YES
YES
3560. “1940 U.S. census, FamilySearch.org, Digital images,” Florida, Duval, http://www.familysearch.org: National Archives and Records Administration, 2012, Y, Y.
YES
3561. “"Florida Death Index, 1877 - 1998," database, Ancestry.com,” State of Florida, Florida Department of Health, Office of Vital Records, (http://www.ancestry.com), Y, Y.
YES
YES
3562. “Harry, Lottie, Miriam, Malvin Bucholtz, population schedule,” Florida, Duval, Digital images. Ancestry.com. http://www.ancestry.com : 2998, Y, Y.
1935 Florida State Census, 2136 Rasselle, Jacksonville, FL.
BucholtzHarry,40 (b1895),bRom,GrammarSchool,Clerk
Lottie,35(b1900),bMass,SrHigh
Miriam,6(b1929),bFL
Malvin3(b1932),bFL

YES
YES
3563. “"World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917 - 1918." Database and images.,” Ancestry.com . http://www.ancestry.com., Y, Y.
YES
YES
3564. “1940 U.S. census, FamilySearch, Digital images,” Florida, Duval, http://www.familysearch.org: National Archives and Records Administration, 2012, Y, Y.
1940 Federal Census, 3 Jun 1940, Jacksonville, Florida, 2762 Oak St.
77. BucholtzLouis,own$4,000,59,8y,bRom,
live1935same,OwnRealEst,45h,50wk,outsideincome.
78. Betty,58,6y,bRom,live1935same,housewife.
79.Etta,35,14y,bFl,live1935same,salesReadytoWear,
50h,50wk,$690.
89. Carl30,14y,bFl,live193same,
RepariRadioShop,60h,50wk,$1280.

YES
3566. “Florida Death Index,” Florida. Florida Department of Health, Office of Vital Records. Ancestry.com, http://www.ancestry.com :1998., Y, Y.
YES
YES
3568. “1930 U.S. census, Ancestry.com, Digital images,” Florida, Duval, http://www.ancestry.com: National Archives and Records Administration, 2002, Y, Y.
1930 United States Federal Census, 5 Apr, 1007 Acosta, Jacksonville, Florida
66. BucholtzSAm,Rent$60Radio,26(b1904),m23(1927),bNY,FbRom,MbRom,\\Lawyer,GeneralPractice
67. Sadie,22(b1908),m19(1927),bGA,FbRus,MbAus

YES
YES
3569. “"FamilySearch.org," database, https://familysearch.org ?,” Office of Vitgal Records, Florida Department of Health, Y, Y.
YES
YES
3570. “1940 U.S. census, FamilySearch, Digital images,” Florida, Cuval, http://www.familysearch.org: National Archives and Records Administration, 2012, Y, Y.
1940 Federal Census, 13 June 1940, 744 West St, Jacksonville, FL.
26. Silver,Harry,own$3,500,37,8,bNY,live1935too,
work58h/wk,lawyer,own, outside income.
27. Martha,wife,32,H4,bFLlive same1935,housewife.
28. Leonard,14,bFLlive same1935.
29. Jack,13,bGA,live same1935
30. Alfred,7,bFL,live same1935.
31. Mary,5,bFL, live same1935.

YES
3572. “Marriage License.,” Florida. Dade., Y, Y.
YES
3573. “Death Certificates,” Florida Office of Vital Statistics, Y, Y.
YES
3577. “1940 U.S. census, FamilySearch.org, Digital images,” Florida, Dade, http://www.familysearch.org: National Archives and Records Administration, 2012, Y, Y.
1940 US Census, 30 Apr 1940, Miami, Florida, 72 7th St.
22. RosenbergMorris,own$6000,33,M,bFLc5,,in1935livedStPete,lawyer50h50wks$4,000
23. Myra,29,m,H4,bFL,1935livedStPete,housewife
24. Donald,6,school,bFL,1935livedStPete
25. Marshall,3,bFL
26. Jean Szalay,tutor,30,bCT.

YES
3578. “database, Ancestry.com, U.S. Public Records Index, Volume I ?,” (http://www.ancestry.com : 2010), Y, Y.
YES
3579. “Josephine Simon Glueckauf Lesser,” Florida. Miami., http://www.legacy.com/obituaries/Herald: 30 July 2011, Y, Y.
Josephine Simon Glueckauf Lesser: Lesser, Josephine Simon Gluekauf, 91, passed away on July 28, 2011. She was preceeded in death by her two husbands, Lesis Glueckauf and Milton Lesser. After serving in the Woman's Army Corp during World War II, Josie moved to Miami Beach where she resided over 60 years. She lived her life with incredible enthusiasm. Josie possessed a thirst for knowledge, continuously challenging herself in learning new technologies, reading diverse literaures, and developing new skills. She cared deeply about social justice and embraced a remarkable openness for new ideas and philosophies. Josie touched the lives of many individuals, young and old, wealthy and poor, acquaintances and close friends. She was a volunteer ham radio operator for the military's MARS network and was a dedicated advocate for the needs of family caregives of older adults with dementia. Most of all, Josie cherished her family life. She was a constant source of support and encouragement to her two families, her daughter Dindy, and son-in-law Michael Pawliger, their two children, Sam and Mackenzie, and her son, Rob Gluekauf and his financee, Linda Jamison, and his children Rachelle, Jordanna, Aaron and Julia Elliott, and her second family, Nancy and Steve Lerner, their two children, David and Cathy, and John and Julie Lesser, and their two children, Jenny and Andy. The world has lost a generous, kind, and adventurous woman who has left a deep legacy of love and intellectual curiousity. In lieu of flowers, please make a donation to JVS Elderly Services Nutrition Project at 735 NE 125th Street, Miami, FL 33161. Funeral services will be held at Temple Israel of Greater Miami, 137 NE 19th Street, Sunday, July 31at 10:30 AM. View this Guest Book at www.MiamiHerald.com/obituaries.

YES
3580. “Florida State Census 1935, population schedule,” Florida, Pinellas, Digital images. FamilySearch. https://familysearch.org : n.d., Y, Y.
YES
3581. “1945 Florida State Census, population schedule,” Florida, Pinellas, Digital images. Ancestry.com. Ancestry.com . www.ancestry.com : n.d., Y, Y.
YES
YES
3582. “Florida Marriage Index, 1922 - 1875, 1927 - 2001. ancestry.com,” Florida. Florida Department of Health. Ancestry.com, http://www.ancestry.com :s006., Y, Y.
YES
3584. “ Weston, Aaron,” Florida. Sarasota., http://www.legacy.com/obituaries: 10 Aug 2010, Y, Y.
Weston, Aaron. Nov 3 1928 - Aug 7, 2010. Aaron Weton, 81, of Sarasota died Aug. 7, 2010. A memorial service will be at 11 a.m.Wednesday at Toale Brothers Funeral Home, Colonial Chapel. Mr. Weston was born November 3, 1928, in Flint, Mich., the son of Morris and Anna Weinstein. He was preceded in death by his brothers, David Weston and Charles Weinstein, and his first wife, Joyce Golobe Weston. He was married to his beloved wife, Anita Sorscher Weston, for 30 years. Mr. Weston enjoyed varied careers, managing M&S Bottling Company, tax attorney and financial advisor affiliated with Morgan Stanley and UBS. He was an avid golfer and community leader; loved people, movies and restaraunts, and was much loved by family and friends. He is survived by his wife, Anita, children Annette (Wes) Arrington, Mark (Gail) Weston, Barbara (Neal) White, Jim (Barabaraa) Weston, David (Kathleen) Sorscher, Michael (Holly) Sorscher and Jon Sorscher; and grandchildren Charlotte, Stacey (Dan), Erin, Sara, David, Hannah, Nick, Sam, Jake, Austina and Daniel. Contriubutions may be made to Flint Junior Golf Association or Sarasota Memorial Hospital.

Weston, Aaron. Nov 3 1928 - Aug 7, 2010. Aaron Weton, 81, of Sarasota died Aug. 7, 2010. A memorial service will be at 11 a.m.Wednesday at Toale Brothers Funeral Home, Colonial Chapel. Mr. Weston was born November 3, 1928, in Flint, Mich., the son of Morris and Anna Weinstein. He was preceded in death by his brothers, David Weston and Charles Weinstein, and his first wife, Joyce Golobe Weston. He was married to his beloved wife, Anita Sorscher Weston, for 30 years. Mr. Weston enjoyed varied careers, managing M&S Bottling Company, tax attorney and financial advisor affiliated with Morgan Stanley and UBS. He was an avid golfer and community leader; loved people, movies and restaraunts, and was much loved by family and friends. He is survived by his wife, Anita, children Annette (Wes) Arrington, Mark (Gail) Weston, Barbara (Neal) White, Jim (Barabaraa) Weston, David (Kathleen) Sorscher, Michael (Holly) Sorscher and Jon Sorscher; and grandchildren Charlotte, Stacey (Dan), Erin, Sara, David, Hannah, Nick, Sam, Jake, Austina and Daniel. Contriubutions may be made to Flint Junior Golf Association or Sarasota Memorial Hospital.
YES
3585. “"Social Security Death Index," database,” Social Security Administration, Ancestry.com ?(www.ancestry.com : 2011), Y, Y.
YES
YES
3586. “1930 U.S. census, Ancestry.com, Digital images,” Florida, Pinellas, www.ancestry.com: National Archives and Records Administration, 1930, Y, Y.
?20 1st Ave.
90. Rosenberg,Herman,rent$40,53,Mar28,R/W,bRom,FbRom,
MbRom,HerbrewImm1904,Eng,Retired dry goods merchant.
91. Mollie,47,Mar22,R/W,bRom,FbRom,MbRom,Hebrew,Imm1902,Eng
92. Morris,23,R/W,bFl,FbRom,MbRom,Eng

YES
YES
3587. “FloridaTampaBucholtzAbrDeathIndex198,” Florida. Department of Health, Office of Vital Records. Ancestry.com, http://www.ancestry.com :1998., Y, Y.
YES
3588. “FloridaTampaBucholtzFannieDeathIndex1924,” Florida. Florida Department of Health, Office of Vital Records. Ancestry.com, http://www.ancestry.com :1998., Y, Y.
YES
3589. “1940 U.S. census, FamilySearch, Digital images,” Florida, Hillsborough, http://www.familysearch.org: National Archives and Records Administration, 2011, Y, Y.
1940 US Census, Tampa, FL, 607 (rear) Francis St, 4 May 1940.
28. Harry Buchootz,rent$12,m,34,H3,bTX,1935,
livedMiami,FLwork52w,44h/wk,rivetheaterShipyard,
$1,800.
29. Francis,27,m21,E2,FbGA,MbGA,MbGA,Eng,
hasSS,work52wk,40h/wk,$2,000.
30. Clara,2,bFL.

YES
3590. “Fabian, Mrs. Francis Funeral,” Florida. Tampa., Y, Y.
Fabian, Mrs. Francis Funeral. Services for Mrs. Francis Fabian, 37, of 913 West P... Ave will be held today at J.F.M. with Rev. John C. Grizzard officiating. Interment in Woodlawn. She is survived by her husband, Raymond Fabian, her parents, Mr. & Mrs. A. A. Morris, three children Klara Bucholtz, Priscilla and Raymond Fabian, a brother Joseph A. Morris and three sisters Mrs J. M. Culberson, Mrs Walter Porter and Mrs Phillip Katz.

YES
3591. “Funeral Sunday of Max Weinstein,” Georgia. Brunswick., Y, Y.
Funeral Sunday of Max Weinstein. Funeral services were held at 3:00 yesterday afternoon at the Jewish Temple for Max Weinstein, popular young man who was killed at Jones, Ga., Saturday afternoon in a frightful wreck, when a truck in which he and two negroes were riding was stuck by a fast Seaboard Air Line passenger train. Many friends of this former popular young Brunswick boy were present to pay a last tribute of respect. Services were conducted by Dr. George Solomon, well known Savannah rabbi. The funeral was in charge of Mortician Ed. Miller and interment was in Palmetto cemetery.
3592. “1920 U.S. census, Ancestry.com, Digital images,” Georgia, Glynn, http://www.ancestry.com: National Archives and Records Administration, 2010, Y, Y.
1920 United States Federal Census. 2108 Wolf St, Brunswick, Georgia.
75. WeinsteinNathanOwn29(b1886)I?,Papers,R/W,bRus,FbRus,MbR,Eng,
ProprieterJunkShopEmployer.
76. Rebecca,30)b1890),Alien,R/W,?bGA,FbPol,MbPol,Eng
77. Martha,12(1908),bGA
78. Max,11(b1909),bGA
79. Sophia,10(b1910),bGA
80. Annie,7(b1913),bGA

YES
3593. “The Brunswick News,” Georgia. Bruknswick., Y, Y.
Funeral be Held This Afternoon. Funeral services for Nathan Weinstein, former Brunswick resident, who died at his home at Riceboro yesterday afternoon, will be held at 4:30 o'clock this afternoon from Beth Teffiloh temple, Monk and Egmont streets. Rabbi Margolis, of Jacksonville, will officiate. Pallbearers will be the following: ***y Schreieber, A. Cohen, H. Radelman, Sidney Nathan, S. Altman, A. J. Gordon. Intermen will be in Palmetto cemetery.
3594. “Applications for Account Numbers, Form SS-5,” Social Security Administration, Y, Y.
YES

YES
YES
3595. “Death Certificates.,” Georgia. Glynn County Board of Health., Y, Y.
3596. “1930 U.S. census, Ancestry.com, Digital images,” Georgia, Liberty, http://www.ancestry.com: National Archives and Records Administration, 2002, Y, Y.
1930 Federal Census, Riceboro, Liberty, Georgia, 4 April 1930, no street address given.
20. N. Wienstien,59,ma22y,bRus,FbRus,MbRus,Heb,imm1887,Na18??,Eng,Merch,Prop
21. Rebecca,44,ma21y,bRom,FbRom,MbRom,Heb,imm?,Na,Eng,Saleslady,GenStore
22. Max,21,bFl,FbRus,MbRom,Eng,Merchant,Proprietor
23. Sophia,20,bFl,FbRus,MbRom,Eng,Saleslady,GenStore
23. Annie,17,bFL,FbRus,MbRom,Eng

YES
3597. “Waldheim Cemetery (Chicago, Cook, Illinois). Grave markers.,” Y, Y.
Beloved Wife, Pauline Belenger, Died Nov 26, 1927, Age 32 yrs, At Rest

YES
YES
3598. “Death Certificates,” Illinois Illinois Department of Public Health, Y, Y, Cook County Vital Records, Cook County Vital RecordsDaley Center50 W Washington StChicago, IL 60602 USACook County Vital RecordsDaley Center50 W Washington StChicagoIL60602USA, 312 603-4899, vitalrecords@cookcountygov.com.
YES
YES
3599. “Marriage Certificates.,” Illinois. Cook., Y, Y, Cook County Vital Records, Cook County Vital RecordsDaley Center50 W Washington StChicago, IL 60602 USACook County Vital RecordsDaley Center50 W Washington StChicagoIL60602USA, 312 603-4899, vitalrecords@cookcountygov.com.
YES
3600. “Naturalization Records.,” Illinois. Cook., Y, Y, Clerk of the Circuit Court of Cook County, Illinois, Clerk of the Circuit Court of Cook County, Illinois50 W Washington StChicago, IL 60602Clerk of the Circuit Court of Cook County, Illinois50 W Washington StChicagoIL60602, 312 603-5030.
YES
YES
3601. “Digital Images of Death Certificates Cook County Genealogy Online,” Illinois. Cook, Cook County, http://www.cookcountygenealogy.com :n.d., Y, Y.
YES
YES
3602. “Oak Wood Cemetery (Chicago, Cook, Illinois). Grave markers.,” Y, Y.
Beloved Mother, Bertha Winer, 1881 - 1956

YES
YES
3603. “1910 U.S. census, Ancestry.com, Digital images,” Chicago, Cook, http://www.Ancestry.com: National Archives and Records Administration, 2006, Y, Y.
Census 1910, Chicago, IL, 637 Paulina St.
64.BessieBelenger,head,34[1876],wido,bRussia,spYiddish,FbRussia,spYiddish,
MbRussia,spYiddish,imm1892,spEng,finisher of clothing,rent
65.Sarah,daughter,16[1894],bKansas,FbRussia,spYiddish,MbRussia,spYiddish,
?/self,novelty,?
66.?Cb?DNathan?C/b?D,son,14[1896],bIL,FbRussia,spYiddish,MbRussia,spYiddish
67,Dora,daughter,12[1898],bIL,FbRussia,spYiddish,MbRussia,spYiddish
68.Celia,daughter,9[1901],bIL,FbRussia,spYiddish,MbRussia,spYiddish
69.Harry,son,7[1903],bIL,FbRussia,spYiddish,MbRussia,spYiddish
YES
YES

Census 1910, Chicago, IL, 637 Paulina St.
64.BessieBelenger,head,34[1876],wido,bRussia,spYiddish,FbRussia,spYiddish,
MbRussia,spYiddish,imm1892,spEng,finisher of clothing,rent
65.Sarah,daughter,16[1894],bKansas,FbRussia,spYiddish,MbRussia,spYiddish,
?/self,novelty,?
66.Nathan,son,14[1896],bIL,FbRussia,spYiddish,MbRussia,spYiddish
67,Dora,daughter,12[1898],bIL,FbRussia,spYiddish,MbRussia,spYiddish
68.Celia,daughter,9[1901],bIL,FbRussia,spYiddish,MbRussia,spYiddish
69.?Cb?DHarry?C/b?D,son,7[1903],bIL,FbRussia,spYiddish,MbRussia,spYiddish
YES
YES

Census 1910, Chicago, IL, 637 Paulina St.
64.?Cb?DBessie?C/b?DBelenger,head,34[1876],wido,bRussia,spYiddish,FbRussia,spYiddish,
MbRussia,spYiddish,imm1892,spEng,finisher of clothing,rent
65.Sarah,daughter,16[1894],bKansas,FbRussia,spYiddish,MbRussia,spYiddish,
?/self,novelty,?
66.Nathan,son,14[1896],bIL,FbRussia,spYiddish,MbRussia,spYiddish
67,Dora,daughter,12[1898],bIL,FbRussia,spYiddish,MbRussia,spYiddish
68.Celia,daughter,9[1901],bIL,FbRussia,spYiddish,MbRussia,spYiddish
69.Harry,son,7[1903],bIL,FbRussia,spYiddish,MbRussia,spYiddish
YES
YES

Census 1910, Chicago, IL, 637 Paulina St.
64.BessieBelenger,head,34[1876],wido,bRussia,spYiddish,FbRussia,spYiddish,
MbRussia,spYiddish,imm1892,spEng,finisher of clothing,rent
65.?Cb?DSarah?C/b?D,daughter,16[1894],bKansas,FbRussia,spYiddish,MbRussia,spYiddish,
?/self,novelty,?
66.Nathan,son,14[1896],bIL,FbRussia,spYiddish,MbRussia,spYiddish
67,Dora,daughter,12[1898],bIL,FbRussia,spYiddish,MbRussia,spYiddish
68.Celia,daughter,9[1901],bIL,FbRussia,spYiddish,MbRussia,spYiddish
69.Harry,son,7[1903],bIL,FbRussia,spYiddish,MbRussia,spYiddish
YES
YES

Census 1910, Chicago, IL, 637 Paulina St.
64.BessieBelenger,head,34[1876],wido,bRussia,spYiddish,FbRussia,spYiddish,
MbRussia,spYiddish,imm1892,spEng,finisher of clothing,rent
65.Sarah,daughter,16[1894],bKansas,FbRussia,spYiddish,MbRussia,spYiddish,
?/self,novelty,?
66.Nathan,son,14[1896],bIL,FbRussia,spYiddish,MbRussia,spYiddish
67,?Cb?DDora?C/b?D,daughter,12[1898],bIL,FbRussia,spYiddish,MbRussia,spYiddish
68.Celia,daughter,9[1901],bIL,FbRussia,spYiddish,MbRussia,spYiddish
69.Harry,son,7[1903],bIL,FbRussia,spYiddish,MbRussia,spYiddish
YES
YES

Census 1910, Chicago, IL, 637 Paulina St.
64.BessieBelenger,head,34[1876],wido,bRussia,spYiddish,FbRussia,spYiddish,
MbRussia,spYiddish,imm1892,spEng,finisher of clothing,rent
65.Sarah,daughter,16[1894],bKansas,FbRussia,spYiddish,MbRussia,spYiddish,
?/self,novelty,?
66.Nathan,son,14[1896],bIL,FbRussia,spYiddish,MbRussia,spYiddish
67,Dora,daughter,12[1898],bIL,FbRussia,spYiddish,MbRussia,spYiddish
68.?Cb?DCelia?C/b?D,daughter,9[1901],bIL,FbRussia,spYiddish,MbRussia,spYiddish
69.Harry,son,7[1903],bIL,FbRussia,spYiddish,MbRussia,spYiddish
YES
YES
3604. “1930 U.S. census, Ancestry.com, Digital images,” Illinois, Cook, http://www.Ancestry.com: National Archives and Records Administration, 2002, Y, Y.
Census 1930, Chicago, IL, 3438 Lexington St.
85.CharlesMinard,head,rent,$75/mon,71[1859],m@21,literate,bIL,FbIL,MbIL, investigator collecting co (6299)
86.Bessie,wife,56[1874]m@18,not literate,bRussia,FbRussia,MbRussia,imm1894,
naturalized,spEng
87.SadieJennice,d-in-law,35[1895],bNeb,FbRussia,MbRussia,clerk paint co(7XX6)
88.NathanBillinger,stepson,334[1896],widower,bIL,FbRussia,MbRussia,owner paint co(7292)
89.GeorgeMinard,15[1915],bIL,FbIL,MbRussia
90.HelenMinard,17[1913],bIL,FbIL,MbRussia,clerk ?(7X92)
91.MatieMinard,granddaughter,11[1919],bIL,FbIL,MbIL
YES

Census 1930, Chicago, IL, 3438 Lexington St.
85.CharlesMinard,head,rent,$75/mon,71[1859],m@21,literate,bIL,FbIL,MbIL, investigator collecting co (6299)
86.Bessie,wife,56[1874]m@18,not literate,bRussia,FbRussia,MbRussia,imm1894,
naturalized,spEng
87.SadieJennice,d-in-law,35[1895],bNeb,FbRussia,MbRussia,clerk paint co(7XX6)
88.NathanBillinger,stepson,334[1896],widower,bIL,FbRussia,MbRussia,owner paint co(7292)
89.GeorgeMinard,15[1915],bIL,FbIL,MbRussia
90.HelenMinard,17[1913],bIL,FbIL,MbRussia,clerk ?(7X92)
91.MatieMinard,granddaughter,11[1919],bIL,FbIL,MbIL
YES
YES
3605. “Digital Images of Death Certificates Cook County Genealogy Online,” Illinois. Chicago, Cook County, http://www.cookcountygenealogy.com :n.d., Y, Y.
YES
YES
3606. “database, Cook County Genealogy Online ?,” Cook County, (http://www.cookcountygenealogy.com), Y, Y.
YES
YES
3607. “Birth Certificates.,” Illinois. Cook., Y, Y, Cook County Vital Records, Cook County Vital RecordsDaley Center50 W Washington StChicago, IL 60602 USACook County Vital RecordsDaley Center50 W Washington StChicagoIL60602USA, 312 603-4899, vitalrecords@cookcountygov.com.
YES
YES
3608. “Naturalization Records.,” Illinois. County., Y, Y, Clerk of the Circuit Court of Cook County, Illinois, Clerk of the Circuit Court of Cook County, Illinois50 W Washington StChicago, IL 60602Clerk of the Circuit Court of Cook County, Illinois50 W Washington StChicagoIL60602, 312 603-5030.
YES
YES
3609. “1920 U.S. census, Ancestry.com, Digital images,” Illinois, Cook, http://www.Ancestry.com: National Archives and Records Administration, 2005, Y, Y.
Census 1920, Chicago, IL, 920 Wood St.
28.?Cb?DHarry?C/b?DLande,64[1856],Rent,imm1899,papers filed,literate,bOdessa,Russia,
FbOdessa, Russia,MbOdessa,Russia,spEng,rabbi in synagogue
29.Dora,wife,58[1862],imm1905,papers filed,literate,bOdessa,Russia,FbOdessa,Russia, MbOdessa,Russia
30.SarahJ,daughter,20[1900],imm1905,papers filed,literate,FbOdessa, MbOdessa,
saleslady,cloaks
YES
YES

Census 1920, Chicago, IL, 920 Wood St.
28.HarryLande,64[1856],Rent,imm1899,papers filed,literate,bOdessa,Russia,
FbOdessa, Russia,MbOdessa,Russia,spEng,rabbi in synagogue
29.?Cb?DDora?C/b?D,wife,58[1862],imm1905,papers filed,literate,bOdessa,Russia,FbOdessa,Russia, MbOdessa,Russia
30.SarahJ,daughter,20[1900],imm1905,papers filed,literate,FbOdessa, MbOdessa,
saleslady,cloaks
YES
YES

Census 1920, Chicago, IL, 920 Wood St.
28.HarryLande,64[1856],Rent,imm1899,papers filed,literate,bOdessa,Russia,
FbOdessa, Russia,MbOdessa,Russia,spEng,rabbi in synagogue
29.Dora,wife,58[1862],imm1905,papers filed,literate,bOdessa,Russia,FbOdessa,Russia, MbOdessa,Russia
30.?Cb?DSarahJ?C/b?D,daughter,20[1900],imm1905,papers filed,literate,FbOdessa, MbOdessa,
saleslady,cloaks
YES
YES

Census 1920, Chicago, IL, 920 Wood St.
28.HarryLande,64[1856],Rent,imm1899,papers filed,literate,
bOdessa,Russia,FbOdessa, Russia,MbOdessa,Russia,spEng,rabbi in synagogue
29.Dora,wife,58[1862],imm1905,papers filed,literate,bOdessa,Russia,FbOdessa,Russia, MbOdessa,Russia
30.?Cb?DSarahJ?C/b?D,daughter,20[1900],imm1905,papers filed,literate,FbOdessa, MbOdessa,
saleslady,cloaks
YES

Census 1920, Chicago, IL, 920 Wood St.
28.HarryLande,64[1856],Rent,imm1899,papers filed,literate,bOdessa,Russia,FbOdessa, Russia,MbOdessa,Russia,spEng,rabbi in synagogue
29.Dora,wife,58[1862],imm1905,papers filed,literate,bOdessa,Russia,
FbOdessa,Russia, MbOdessa,Russia
30.?Cb?DSarahJ?C/b?D,daughter,20[1900],imm1905,papers filed,literate,FbOdessa, MbOdessa,
saleslady,cloaks
YES
YES

Census 1920, Chicago, IL, 920 Wood St.
28.HarryLande,64[1856],Rent,imm1899,papers filed,literate,bOdessa,Russia,
FbOdessa, Russia,MbOdessa,Russia,spEng,rabbi in synagogue
29?Cb?D.Dora?C/b?D,wife,58[1862],imm1905,papers filed,literate,bOdessa,Russia,FbOdessa,Russia, MbOdessa,Russia
30.SarahJ,daughter,20[1900],imm1905,papers filed,literate,FbOdessa, MbOdessa,
saleslady,cloaks
YES
3610. “Illinois,Chicago,HarryLandeJennieGantner,MarriageLicense,” Illinois. Cook., Y, Y, Cook County Vital Records, Cook County Vital RecordsDaley Center50 W Washington StChicago, IL 60602 USACook County Vital RecordsDaley Center50 W Washington StChicagoIL60602USA, 312 603-4899, vitalrecords@cookcountygov.com.
YES
YES
3611. “1930 U.S. census, Ancestry.com, Digital images,” Illinois, Cook, http://www.Ancestry.com: National Archives and Records Administration, 2000, Y, Y.
Census 1910, Chicago, IL, 830 Winthrop Ct.
68.IsidoreLander,head,28[1882],m1y[1909],bRussia,spYiddish,FbRussia,spYiddish,
imm1906,papers,spEng,literate,presser in tailor shop, rent
69.Rose,wife,22[1888],m1y,1child,1living,bRussia,spYiddish,FbRussia,spYiddish,
MbRussia,spYiddish,imm1908,spYiddish,literate
70.Ida,daughter,7/12[1909]
YES
YES
3612. “1910 U.S. census, Ancestry.com, Digital images,” Illinois, Cook, http://www.Ancestry.com: National Archives and Records Administration, 2000, Y, Y.
Census 1910, Chicago, Illinois, 830 Winthrop Ct.
78.JakeWeiner[JakeWerner],head,35[1875],m9y[1901],bRussia,spYiddish,FbRussia,
spYiddish,imm1906,spEng,literate,peddler vegetables,spEng,rent
79.Bertha,wife,28[1882],m9y,3child,2living,bRussia,spYiddish,FbRussia,spYiddish,
MbRussia,spYiddish,imm1906,spYiddish,not literate
80.Ida,daughterm7[1903],bRussia,spYiddish,FbRussia,spYiddish,MbRussia,spYiddish
81.Ruby,daughter,3 1/2[1907],bIL,FbRussia,spYiddish,MbRussia,spYiddish
YES
YES
3613. “Digital Images of Birth Certificates Cook County Genealogy Online,” Illinois. Cook, Cook County, http://www.cookcountygenealogy.com :n.d., Y, Y.
YES
YES
3614. “Waldheim Cemetery (Chicago, Cook, Illinois). Grave markers.,” Y, Y.
Beloved Husband and Father, Jacob Winer, Died Nov 12, 1916, Age 41 yrs, Rest in Peace

YES
YES
3615. “1910 U.S. census, Ancestry.com, Digital images,” Illinois, Cook, http://www.Ancestry.com: National Archives and Records Administration, 2006, Y, Y.
Census 1910, Chicago, Illinois, 830 Winthrop St.
85.LouisLande,head,26[1884],m5y[1905],bRussia,spYiddish,FbRussia,spYiddish,
MbRussia,spYiddish,spEng,tailor in tailor shop,literate,rent
86.Sadie,wife,24[1886],m5y,3children,3alive,bRussia,spYiddish,FbRussia,spYiddish,
spEng,literate
87.William,son,4[1906],bIL,FbRussia,spYiddish,MbRussia,spYiddish
88.Kate,daughter,2[1908],bIL,FbRussia,spYiddish,MbRussia,spYiddish
89.Yetta,daughter,1[1909],bIL,FbRussia,spYiddish,MbRussia,spYiddish
YES
YES
3616. “1900 U.S. census, Ancestry.com, Digital images,” Chicago, Cook, http://www.Ancestry.com: National Archives and Records Administration, 2004, Y, Y.
Census 1900, Chicago, IL, 124 Barker St.
72 MosesBallenger,head,May1968,32,m8y[1892],bRus,FbRus,MbRus,imm1882,
glasier,literate,spEng,rent
73.Bessie,wife,Jan1873,27,m8y[1892],5child,4living,bRusia,FbRussia,MbRussia,
imm1890,not literate
74.Sarah,daughter,Jan1894,6,bNB,FbRussia,MbRussia
75.?Cb?D Nathan?C/b?D,son,Sept1896,4,bIL,FbRussia,MbRussia
76.Dora,daughter,Sept1898,2,bIL,FbRussia,MbRussia
77.Cilie,dauaghater,May1900,1/12,bIL
YES
YES

Census 1900, Chicago, IL, 124 Barker St.
72 ?Cb?DMoses?C/b?DBallenger,head,May1968,32,m8y[1892],bRus,FbRus,MbRus,imm1882,
glasier,literate,spEng,rent
73.Bessie,wife,Jan1873,27,m8y[1892],5child,4living,bRusia,FbRussia,MbRussia,imm1890,not literate
74.Sarah,daughter,Jan1894,6,bNB,FbRussia,MbRussia
75. Nathan,son,Sept1896,4,bIL,FbRussia,MbRussia
76.Dora,daughter,Sept1898,2,bIL,FbRussia,MbRussia
77.Cilie,dauaghater,May1900,1/12,bIL
YES
YES

Census 1900, Chicago, IL, 124 Barker St.
72 MosesBallenger,head,May1968,32,m8y[1892],bRus,FbRus,MbRus,imm1882,
glasier,literate,spEng,rent
73.?Cb?DBessie?C/b?D,wife,Jan1873,27,m8y[1892],5child,4living,bRusia,FbRussia,MbRussia,imm1890,not literate
74.Sarah,daughter,Jan1894,6,bNB,FbRussia,MbRussia
75. Nathan,son,Sept1896,4,bIL,FbRussia,MbRussia
76.Dora,daughter,Sept1898,2,bIL,FbRussia,MbRussia
77.Cilie,dauaghater,May1900,1/12,bIL
YES
YES

Census 1900, Chicago, IL, 124 Barker St.
72 MosesBallenger,head,May1968,32,m8y[1892],bRus,FbRus,MbRus,imm1882,
glasier,literate,spEng,rent
73.Bessie,wife,Jan1873,27,m8y[1892],5child,4living,bRusia,FbRussia,MbRussia,imm1890,not literate
74.?Cb?DSarah?C/b?D,daughter,Jan1894,6,bNB,FbRussia,MbRussia
75. Nathan,son,Sept1896,4,bIL,FbRussia,MbRussia
76.Dora,daughter,Sept1898,2,bIL,FbRussia,MbRussia
77.Cilie,dauaghater,May1900,1/12,bIL
YES
YES

Census 1900, Chicago, IL, 124 Barker St.
72 MosesBallenger,head,May1968,32,m8y[1892],bRus,FbRus,MbRus,imm1882,
glasier,literate,spEng,rent
73.Bessie,wife,Jan1873,27,m8y[1892],5child,4living,bRusia,FbRussia,MbRussia,
imm1890,not literate
74.Sarah,daughter,Jan1894,6,bNB,FbRussia,MbRussia
75.?Cb?D ?C/b?DNathan,son,Sept1896,4,bIL,FbRussia,MbRussia
76?Cb?D.Dora?C/b?D,daughter,Sept1898,2,bIL,FbRussia,MbRussia
77.Cilie,dauaghater,May1900,1/12,bIL
YES
YES

Census 1900, Chicago, IL, 124 Barker St.
72 MosesBallenger,head,May1968,32,m8y[1892],bRus,FbRus,MbRus,imm1882,
glasier,literate,spEng,rent
73.Bessie,wife,Jan1873,27,m8y[1892],5child,4living,bRusia,FbRussia,MbRussia,imm1890,not literate
74.Sarah,daughter,Jan1894,6,bNB,FbRussia,MbRussia
75.?Cb?D ?C/b?DNathan,son,Sept1896,4,bIL,FbRussia,MbRussia
76?Cb?D.Dora?C/b?D,daughter,Sept1898,2,bIL,FbRussia,MbRussia
77.Cilie,dauaghater,May1900,1/12,bIL
YES

Census 1900, Chicago, IL, 124 Barker St.
72 MosesBallenger,head,May1968,32,m8y[1892],bRus,FbRus,MbRus,imm1882,
glasier,literate,spEng,rent
73.Bessie,wife,Jan1873,27,m8y[1892],5child,4living,bRusia,FbRussia,MbRussia,
imm1890,not literate
74.Sarah,daughter,Jan1894,6,bNB,FbRussia,MbRussia
75.?Cb?D ?C/b?DNathan,son,Sept1896,4,bIL,FbRussia,MbRussia
76.Dora,daughter,Sept1898,2,bIL,FbRussia,MbRussia
77.?Cb?DCilie?C/b?D,dauaghater,May1900,1/12,bIL
YES
YES

Census 1900, Chicago, IL, 124 Barker St.
72 MosesBallenger,head,May1968,32,m8y[1892],bRus,FbRus,MbRus,imm1882,
glasier,literate,spEng,rent
73.Bessie,wife,Jan1873,27,m8y[1892],5child,4living,bRusia,FbRussia,MbRussia,imm1890,not literate
74.Sarah,daughter,Jan1894,6,bNB,FbRussia,MbRussia
75.?Cb?D ?C/b?DNathan,son,Sept1896,4,bIL,FbRussia,MbRussia
76.Dora,daughter,Sept1898,2,bIL,FbRussia,MbRussia
77.?Cb?DCilie?C/b?D,dauaghater,May1900,1/12,bIL
YES
3617. “Death Certificates.,” Illinois. Cook., Y, Y, Cook County Vital Records, Cook County Vital RecordsDaley Center50 W Washington StChicago, IL 60602 USACook County Vital RecordsDaley Center50 W Washington StChicagoIL60602USA, 312 603-4899, vitalrecords@cookcountygov.com.
YES
YES
3618. “Waldheim Cemetery (Chicago, Cook, Illinois). Grave markers.,” Y, Y.
Our Beloved Father Osias Schwartz, Died Apr. 23, 1914, Age 55 y'rs, Rest in Peace

YES
YES
3619. “Naturalization Records.,” Illilnois. Cook., Y, Y, Clerk of the Circuit Court of Cook County, Illinois, Clerk of the Circuit Court of Cook County, Illinois50 W Washington StChicago, IL 60602Clerk of the Circuit Court of Cook County, Illinois50 W Washington StChicagoIL60602, 312 603-5030.
YES
YES
3621. “1920 U.S. census, Ancestry.com, Digital images,” Illinois, McHenry, http://www.Ancestry.com: National Archives and Records Administration, 2005, Y, Y.
Census 1920, Richmond, IL, ? Milk St.
58.CharlesWMinard,head,rent,59[1861],bIL,FbNY,MbCanada,superintendent high school
59.Bessie,wife,45[1875],imm1889,naturalized1896,bRussia,FbRussia,spGerman,MbRussia,
spGerman,spEng
60.HelenB,daughter,7[1913],bWI,FbIL,MbRus
61.MaxineWilling,granddaughter,1 6/12[1918],bIL,FbIL,MbIL
YES
YES
3623. “Digital Images of Marriage Certificates Cook County Genealogy Online,” Cook County, Illinois., http://www.cookcountygenealogy.com : n.d., Y, Y.
YES
YES
3624. “"WWI Draft Registrations." Database and images.,” ancestry.com . http://www.ancestry.com : 2000., Y, Y.
YES
YES
3625. “Applications for Account Numbers, Form SS-5,” Social Security Administration, Application for Account Number (Form SS-5), Social Security Administration, Baltimore, Maryland., Y, Y.
YES
YES
3626. “Journal Gazette,” Indiana. Fort Wayne., Y, Y.
Bernard J. Faankenstein, 77, died Sunday at Hoover Wood Nursing Home, Indianapolis. Born in Fort Wayne, he owned Production Parts Co. for 38 years before retiring in 1992. His wife, Marian L., Died in 1984. Surviving are a son, Marc C. of Indianapolis; two daughters, Rosalyn Frankenstein of Denver and Ilene B. Clark of Delray Beach, Fla.; a sister, Hannah F. Zacher of Fort Wayne; and four grandchildren. Graveside services at 6301 Fairfield Ave. Memorials to Purdue Alumni Scholarship Fund.

YES
YES
3627. “Hebrew Orthodox Cemetery Ass'n (Mishiwaka, St. Joseph, Indiana). Grave markers.,” Y, Y.
Died Geb 18, 1939

YES
YES
3628. “1930 U.S. census, Ancestry.com, Digital images,” Indiana, St Joseph, http://www.Ancestry.com: National Archives and Records Administration, 2002, Y, Y.
Census 1930, South Bend, Indiana, 941 Diamond Ave
11.MaxSchwartz, head,rent$40/month,radio,42[1888],m@32[1920],literate,
bRomania,FbRomania,MbRomania,spRomanian,imm1907,naturalized,draper,
draperie company(8590),emp
12.?Cb?DElizabeth?C/b?D,wife,36[1884],m@25,bNJ,FbRussia,MbRussia,draper,draperie company(8590),emp
13 Regina,daughter,8[1922],bMI,FbRomania,MbNJ
14.Marvin,son,2[1928],bIN,FbRomania,MbNJ
YES
YES

Census 1930, South Bend, Indiana, 941 Diamond Ave
11.MaxSchwartz, head,rent$40/month,radio,42[1888],m@32[1920],literate,
bRomania,FbRomania,MbRomania,spRomanian,imm1907,naturalized,draper,
draperie company(8590),emp
12.Elizabeth,?Cb?Dwife?C/b?D,36[1884],m@25,bNJ,FbRussia,MbRussia,draper,draperie company(8590),emp
13 Regina,daughter,8[1922],bMI,FbRomania,MbNJ
14.Marvin,son,2[1928],bIN,FbRomania,MbNJ
YES

Census 1930, South Bend, Indiana, 941 Diamond Ave
11.MaxSchwartz, head,rent$40/month,radio,42[1888],m@32[1920],literate,
bRomania,FbRomania,MbRomania,spRomanian,imm1907,naturalized,draper,
draperie company(8590),emp
12.Elizabeth,wife,36[1884],m@25,bNJ,FbRussia,MbRussia,draper,draperie company(8590),emp
13 Regina,daughter,8[1922],bMI,FbRomania,MbNJ
14.?Cb?DMarvin?C/b?D,son,2[1928],bIN,FbRomania,MbNJ
YES
YES

Census 1930, South Bend, Indiana, 941 Diamond Ave
11.?Cb?DMax?C/b?DSchwartz, head,rent$40/month,radio,42[1888],m@32[1920],literate,
bRomania,FbRomania,MbRomania,spRomanian,imm1907,naturalized,draper,
draperie company(8590),emp
12.Elizabeth,wife,36[1884],m@25,bNJ,FbRussia,MbRussia,draper,draperie company(8590),emp
13 Regina,daughter,8[1922],bMI,FbRomania,MbNJ
14.Marvin,son,2[1928],bIN,FbRomania,MbNJ
YES
YES

Census 1930, South Bend, Indiana, 941 Diamond Ave
11.MaxSchwartz, head,rent$40/month,radio,42[1888],m@32[1920],literate,
bRomania,FbRomania,MbRomania,spRomanian,imm1907,naturalized,draper,
draperie company(8590),emp
12.Elizabeth,wife,36[1884],m@25,bNJ,FbRussia,MbRussia,draper,draperie company(8590),emp
13?Cb?D Regina?C/b?D,daughter,8[1922],bMI,FbRomania,MbNJ
14.Marvin,son,2[1928],bIN,FbRomania,MbNJ
YES
YES

Census 1930, South Bend, Indiana, 941 Diamond Ave
11.MaxSchwartz, head,rent$40/month,radio,42[1888],m@32[1920],literate,
bRomania,FbRomania,MbRomania,spRomanian,imm1907,naturalized,draper,
draperie company(8590),emp
12.Elizabeth,wife,36[1884],m@25,bNJ,FbRussia,MbRussia,draper,draperie company(8590),emp
13 ?Cb?DRegina?C/b?D,daughter,8[1922],bMI,FbRomania,MbNJ
14.Marvin,son,2[1928],bIN,FbRomania,MbNJ
YES

Census 1930, South Bend, Indiana, 941 Diamond Ave
11.?Cb?DMax?C/b?DSchwartz, head,rent$40/month,radio,42[1888],m@32[1920],literate,
bRomania,FbRomania,MbRomania,spRomanian,imm1907,naturalized,draper,
draperie company(8590),emp
12.?Cb?DElizabeth?C/b?D,wife,36[1884],m@25,bNJ,FbRussia,MbRussia,draper,draperie company(8590),emp
13 Regina,daughter,8[1922],bMI,FbRomania,MbNJ
14.Marvin,son,2[1928],bIN,FbRomania,MbNJ
YES
3629. “Hebrew Orthodox Cemetery Ass'n (South Bend, St. Joseph, Indiana). Grave markers.,” Y, Y.
Carol Baker, Feb 3, 1956 - Aug 1, 2005

YES
YES
3630. “South Bend Tribune,” Indiana. South Bend., Y, Y.
Carol Baker. Feb. 3, 1945 - Aug. 2, 2005. South Bend - Carol Baker, 60, of Gentle Run Court, died Tuesday in her home. St. Joseph Couty coroner's office is investigating the cause of death. Survivors include her husband, Tim; two sons, Marc and Adam, both of South Bend; and a brother, Dave Soslowsky of Scottsdale, Ariz. Services will be at 1 p.m. Sunday in the Chapel of Hebrew Orthodox Cemetery, Mishawaka. Forest G. Hay Funeral Home is handling arrangements.

YES
YES
3631. “South Bend Tribune,” Indiana. South Bend., Y, Y.
Pallbearers for Mrs. Max Schwartz, 336 North Lafayette Boulevard whose funeral took place today were: Milton Rubin, Louis Block, Max Feferman, David Rymer, Harry Zoss and Harry Landau. Rabbi Maurice Parzen, of Sinai synagogue, officiated in the rites and interment was in Hebrew Orthodox cemebtery, Mishawaka.

YES
YES
3632. “Hebrew Orthodox Cemetery Ass'n (Mishawaka, St. Joseph, Indiana). Grave markers.,” Y, Y.
Harry Kaufman, 1880 - 1956, Beloved Husband & Father

YES
YES
3633. “South Bend Tribune,” Indiana. South Bend.
Harry Kaufman, father of Mrs. Louis Block of South Bend, died Wednesday in Miami Beach, Fla, where he had lived since 1939(?). He formerly lived in Flint, Mich. He was born in 1881 in Romania. He married Tillie Schwartz in New York City, March, 1906. Besides the widow and duaghter survivors are two brothers, Dr. Lewis, of Flint, and Dr. Fred of Portland, Mich and a sister Mrs Mollie of Greenville, S. C. Friends may call after 7 p. m. today in the Forest G. Hay Funeral Home where services will be held at 11 a. m. Friday, Rabbi Erwin Goldman , of Hebrew Orthodox, and Rabbi Albert Shulman of Temple Beth-el officiating. Burial will be in Hebrew Orthodox Cemetery, Mishawaka.

YES
YES
3634. “Hebrew Orthodox Cemetery Ass'n (Mishawaka, St. Joseph, Indiana). Grave markers.,” Y, Y.
Louis Block, 1903 - 1970, Beloved Husband & Father

YES
YES
3635. “South Bend Tribune,” Indiana. South Bend.
Louis Block is Dead at 66. Resident Affiliated In Jewelry Store Operation. Louis Block, 66, of 1635 N. Riverside Dr., who was a partner in Block Bros. Jewelery Stores, died at 9:20 p.m. Sunday in St. Joseph's Hospital after an illness of one day. Born Nov. 25, 1903, in Youngstown, Ohio, he came to Soth Bend 38 years ago from Flint, Mich. In 1951, Mr. Block and his brothers bought the property at Michigan St. and Washignton Ave. and opened Block Bros. Jewelry Store. The Block brothers also operate a chain of jewelry stores in Indiana, Michigan and Ohio. On Dec. 31, 1930, in Toledo, Ohio, he married Lylyan Kaufman, who surivives. Also surviving are two daughters, Mrs. Debra Boorstein of Highland Park, Ill., and Mrs Shirley Pearlman of Portland, Ore.; six grandchildren; five brothers, Jacob, Harry and Abe Block, all of Flint, Saul of South Bend and George of Akron, Ohio; two sisters, Mrs. Rose Ruben of Columbus, Ohio, and Mrs. Dorothy Baum of Flint. Services will be conducted at 1:30 a.m. Tuesday in Temple Beth-El by Rabbi Albert M. Shulman, rabbi emeritus, and Rabbi Jacob Bergman, Sons of Israel Congregation. Burial will be in Hebrew Orthodox Cemetry, Mishawaka. Mr. Block was a past president and board member of Temple Beth-El and a memeber of the Elks Lodge 235, Flint, Mich., Masonic Lodge, Scottish Rite of Grand Rapids, Orak Shrine of Hammond, B;nai B'rith, and the Hebrew Orthodox Congregation. He was the past chairman of the St. Joseph County Tuberculosis League. Memorial contributions may be made to the Tuberculosis League or the American Heart Assn.

YES
YES
3636. “Hebrew Orthodox Cemetery Ass'n (Mishiwaka, St. Joseph, Indiana). Grave markers.,” Y, Y.
Lylyan Block, 1908 - 2000, Beloved Wife & Mother

YES
YES
3637. “South Bend Tribune,” Indiana. South Bend., Y, Y.
Lylyan Block, June 13, 1908 - Jan. 4, 2000. Lylyan Block, 91,of Jefferson Street, Rockville, Md. formerly of Suoth Bend, Ind. died on Tuesday, Jan. 4, in the Sibley Memorial Hospital, Rockville. On June 13, 1908, in New York, N.Y. she was born to Harry and Tillie (Schwartz) Kaufman. As Lylyan Kaufman, on Dec. 31, 1930, she was married to Louis Block, who died on Aug. 30, 1970. She is survivied by her two daughters, Debra (Ronald) Boorstein of Highland Park, Ill., and Shirley (Donald) Pearlman of Potomac, Md. Lylyan has six grandchildren and 16 great-grandchildren. She is survived by a brother, Frederick Kaufman of Las Vegas, Nev. Services will be at 11 a.m. today at the Hebrew Orthodox Cemetery. Rabbi Morley Feinstein is officiating. Lylyan was a member of Temple Beth-El, South Bend. Memorial contributions may be made to the American Heart Association. The Forest G. Hay Funeral Home is handling arrangements.

YES
YES
3638. “Hebrew Orthodox Cemetery Ass'n (Mishawaka, St. Joseph, Indiana). Grave markers.,” Y, Y.
Max Schwartz, Died Aug 21, 1962.

YES
YES
3639. “South Bend Tribune,” Indiana. South Bend., Y, Y.
Max Schwartz. Max Schwartz, 76, of the Pick-Oliver Hotel, died at 11:15 p.m. Monday in St. Joseph's Hospital after suffering a heart attack. Mr. Schwartz was formerly the owner of Schwartz's Curtain and Drapery Shop, 314 W. Colfax Ave. He was retired since 1946. He was born in Polesti, Rumania, and had lived here since 1907. His wife, Elizabeth Kaminski Schwartz, died in 1938. Surviving are two sons, Dr. Marvin Schwartz, of Kings Beach, Calif., and Osias Schwartz of New York City, a daughter, Mrs. Morton Soslowsky of South Bend; seven grandchildren; and five sisters, Mrs. Harry Kauffman of Oregon, and Mrs. Clara Smith, Mrs. Sophie Feldman, and the Misses Maie and Charlotte Schwartz of California. Friends will be recieved today in the residence of Mrs. Soslowsky, 1729 McKinley Ave. Services will be at 3:30 p.m. Wednesday in the Forest G. Hay Funeral Home, Rabbi Maurice Parzen, of the Sinai Squagogue will officiate. Burial will be in the Hebrew Orthodox Cemetery in Mishawaka.

YES
YES
3640. “Hebrew Orthodox Cemetry Ass's (Mishawaka, St. Joseph, Indiana). Grave markers.,” Y, Y.
Morton Soslowsky, 1918 - 1970, Beloved husband and father.

YES
YES
3641. “South Bend Tribune,” Indiana. South Bend., Y, Y.
Morton Soslowsky. Morton Soslowsky, 52, of 1597 Riverside Dr., died at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday in St. Joseph Hospital after a three-week illness. He was born April 27, 1918, in South Bend. His survivors are his widow, Jean; a son, David, of Chicago, and a daughter, Mrs. Timothy A. Baker, South Bend; three grandchildren, his mother, Mrs. Bertha Soslowsky, South Bend and a sister, Mrs. Max Cossman, of South Bend. Services were at noon today in Sinai Synagogue with Rabbi Philip Rabinowitz, of Congregation Sons of Israel, officiating. Burial was in Hebrew Orthodox Cemetery, Mishawaka. Mr. Soslowsky was the owner of Morton's Variety Store in Roseland. He was a member of the South Bend Elks Lodge, B'nai B'rith and Sinai Synagogue. The Forest G. Hay and Son Funeral Home handled arrangements.

YES
YES
3642. “Hebrew Orthodox Cemetery Ass'n (Mishawaka, St. Joseph, Indiana). Grave markers.,” Y, Y.
Regina Soslowsky, 1921 - 1999, Beloved Wife & Mother

YES
YES
3643. “Hebrew Orthodox Cemetery Ass'n (Mishawaka, St. Joseph, Indiana). Grave markers.,” Y, Y.
Tillie Kaufman, 1884 - 1970, Beloved Wife & Mother

YES
YES
3644. “Death Certificates,” Indiana Indiana State Board of Health, Y, Y, St Joseph County Health Department, St Joseph County Health DepartmentCounty-City Building 8th Floor227 West Jefferson BoulevardSouth Bend, IN 46601-1870St Joseph County Health DepartmentCounty-City Building 8th Floor227 West Jefferson BoulevardSouth BendIN46601-1870.
YES
YES
3646. “1920 U.S. census, Ancesty.com, Digital images,” Louisiana, Pointe Coupe, www.Ancestry.com: National Archives and Records Administration, 2005, Y, Y.
Census 1920
92.PhillipLoeb,head,own,o mortgage,aet42[1878],imm1899, nat1915, literate, bRomania,FbPoland,MbRomania,spEng,retail merchant
93.Rebecca,wife,aet31,imm1905,literate,bRusia,FbRussia,MbRomania,spEng
94.Gilly,daughter,aet11[1909],bLouisiana
95.Bachel,daugher,aet10[1910},bLouisiana
96.Sarah,daughter,aet8;1912],bLouisiana

YES
YES
3647. “Baton Rouge Morning Advocate,” Louisiana. Baton Rouge., Y, Y.
Blum, Jack. Died at 5:30 p.m. Friday at the Baton Rouge General Hospital. He was 66, a resident of 2401 Huron and a native of Romania. Body at Rabenhorst Funeral Home, with visiting from 7 to 9 p.m. Saturday and after 10 a.m. Sunday. Religious services at 2 p.m. Sunday conducted by Rabbi Marvin A. Reznikoff. Burial in the Liberal Synagogue. Survivied by his wife Mrs. Trillie Loeb Blum of Baton Rouge: three sisters, Mrs. Frank (Jean) Kew, Baton Rouge, Mrs Otho (Ruth) Sherman, Arlington, VA., Mrs. Al (Pauline) Kristel, Brooklyn, N.Y.; a brother, Maurice Blum, Detroit, Mich.; and several nices and nephews. He was a member of the Liberal Synagogue and a former board member of the Pike Burden International Brotherhood of Magicians Ring No. 178. He was past master of Tyrian Lodge F&AM No. 206 of Innis and of the Scottish Rite Temple Baton Fouge. Masonic rites will be held at graveside. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to the Liberal Synagogue or charities as desired. Pallbearers will be Warren Schulthess, Luke Orihuela,Roger Adcock, Mose Wander, Martin Samuels, and Alan Tatar.

YES
YES
3648. “Kew, Mrs, Jean B,” Louisian. Baton Rouge., Y, Y.
Kew, Mrs. Jean B. Died Tuesday at Baton Rouge General Hospital. She was 64, a native of Paris, France, and a resident of Baton Rouge. Body at Rabenhorst Funeral Home. There will be a private service Thursday, conducted by the Rabbi Reznikoff. Survived by a daughter, Mrs Warren H. Schulthes, Baton Rouge; two sisters, Mrs. Otho (Ruth) Sherman, Arlington, Va., and Mrs. Al (Pauline) Kristel, Brooklyn, N.Y; a brother, Maurice Blum, Detroit, Mich., and two grandchildren, John and Heidi.

YES
YES
3650. “"Newsbank," database, newsbank.com ?,” (http://docs.newsbank.com : 8 May 1997), Y, Y.
YES
3651. “Baton Rouge Morning Advocate,” Louisiana. Baton Rouge., Y, Y.
Loeb, Miss Rachel. Died at 4 p.m. Saturday at Jackson, La. hospital. She was 58 years old, native and a resident of Morganza. Body at Rabenhorst Funeral Home after 2 p.m. Sunday, with religious services at 3 p.m. Sunday at the funeral home, Rabbi Marvin Reznikoff officiating. Internment in Liberal Synagogue Cemetery.Survivors include two sisters, Mrs. Jack Blum of Baton Rouge and Miss Sarah Loeb of Jackson, La. Family asks flowers be ommitted and contributions be made by those desiring to the Baton Rouge Mental Health Association.

YES
YES
3652. “Baton Rouge Morning Advocate,” Louisiana. Baton Rouge., Y, Y.
Loeb, Sarah. Died 11:30 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 5, 1991, at the Baton Rouge General Medical Center. She was 79, a native of Morganza and a native of Baton Rouge. Graveside services were held 2 p.m. Sunday, conducted by Rabbi Paul D. Caplan. Burial in Liberal Cemetery. Survived by a sister, Tillie Loeb Blum, Baton Rouge; and numerous cousins and other relatives. Preceded in death by parents, Phillip and Rebecca Loeb, and a sister, Rachel Loeb.

YES
YES
3653. “Death Certificates,” Louisiana State of Louisiana, Y, Y.
YES
YES
3654. “Death Certificates,” Louisiana Louisiana State Department of Helath, Division of Public Health Statistics, Y, Y.
YES
YES
3655. “Applications for Account Numbers, Form SS-5,” Social Security Administration, Y, Y.
YES
3656. “New Orleans Times Picayune,” Louisian. New Orleans., Y, Y.
Loeb - At Sisters of St. Joseph hospital, New Roads, La. on Sunday, August 7,1955, at 8:45 o'clock a.m., Rebecca Loeb, mother of Mrs. Jack Blum, Mrs. Rachel Loeb and Miss Sarah Loeb, all of Morganza, La.; sister of Harry Kaufman of Miami, Fla. and Abram Kaufman of Romania and Mrs. Victor P. Davis of Greenville, S.C.; aged 63 years; a native of Romania and a resident of Morganza, La. The body will rest at the Roche funeral home, Mobili, Ala. Services will be conducted at 3 o'clock p.m. Monday, August 8, 1955. Internment in Aharas Chesed cemetery, Mobile, Ala.. Niland Funeral Home in charge.

YES
YES
3658. “Pointe Coupee Banner,” Louisiana. Pointe Coupee., Y, Y.
Philip Loeb. Loeb - Ralph Loeb, aged 65, passed away suddenly at his home in Morganza, Wednewday, October 27, 1943. His two brothers, Max Loeb and Isadore Loeb, and a nephew, Samuel Elias, arrived early Thursday morning from their home in Mobile, Alabama, and made arrangements for the funeral, which took place in Mobile Friday morning with religious services of the Jewish church and the Masonic service. Mr. Loeb being a member of Livonia Lodge No. 220 F. and A. M. of New Roads. Philip Loeb was born July 1878, in Galatz, Roumania, and with his brother, Isadore Loeb, arrived in the United States on Thanksgiving Day, 1899. They came to Morganza in 1906, built a store and entered into the mercantile business, in which he continued until his death. He married Miss Rebecca Kauffman in New York City on February 4, 1908. His wife survives him with their three daughters, Misses Sarah and Rachel Loeb of Morganza, and Mrs. Jack Blum of Newark, New Jersey: besides his two brothers, there is a sister, Mrs. Toby Elias, of Mobile.

YES
YES
3660. “Passenger Lists of Vessels Arriving at Baltimore, Maryland, 1891 - 1909. Online images.,” Ancestry.com . http://www.Ancestry.com : 2006, Y, Y.
YES
YES
3663. “"World War II Enlistment Records," database, Footnote, Footnote.com ?,” (http://www.footnote.com : 22 Nov 2008), Y, Y.
YES
YES
3667. “1930 U.S. census, Ancestry.com, Digital images,” Michigan, Wayne, http://www.Ancestry.com: National Archives and Records Administration, 2002, Y, Y.
Fifteenth Census of the United States, 1930, Michigan, Wayne County, Detroit City, April 16, 1930. Roll 1046, Page 14B, Enumeration District 363, Image 278.0, 2988 Sturtevant.
Edelstein
34.Bernard,head,own$16,000,m,54,m24,r/r,bRus,mbRus,fbRus,Hebrew,nat1905,spEng,0work
35.Lena,wife,53,m23,r/r,bGer, mbGer,fbGer,Ger,nat1905,spEng,0work
36.Sam,son,26,r/r,bScotland,fbRus,mbGer,Eng,nat1905,trav sales,ladies clothing,#4290
37.?Cb?DSophie?C/b?D,dau,20,r/r,bPA,fbRus,mbGer,Eng,bookkeeper,furniture store,#6790

YES
YES
3668. “Momumental inscriptions,” Machpelah Cemetery (Ferndale, Michigan, USA), monumental inscription., Y, Y.
YES
YES
3669. “Momumental inscriptions,” Machpelah (Flint, Genesee, Michigan, USA), monumental inscription., Y, Y.
YES
YES
3670. “Flint Journal,” Michigan. Flint., Y, Y.
Share, Ada (Lande) - Of Flint, age 76, died Thursday, February 27, 1986 at McLaren Genral Hospital. Funeral services will be held 3:30 PM Friday from Brown Funeral Home, 1616 Davison Rd., Rabbi Gerald Schuster officiating. Burial in Machpelah Cemetery. Mrs. Share was born in Chicago, September 15, 1909. She had been a resident of Flint since 1912. She was a member of Congregation Beth Israel. Surviving are: 2 sisters, Anne and husband Charles Weinstein, Sara and husband Phillip Stekoll of Okmulgee, Oklahoma; daughter-in-law Dianne and husband Al Sasson of Minneapolis, Rachel Beth Sasson, Miriam Sasson; nieces and nephews.

YES
YES
3671. “Flint Journal,” Michigan. Flint., Y, Y.
Weinstein, Anne Lande - Age 81, of Flint, died Sunday, September 19, 1999 at McLaren Regional Medical Center. Services will be held 2 PM Tuesday, September 21, 1999 at Machpelah Cemetery, Flint Rabbi James Michaels officiating. Those desiring may make contributions to the Alzheimers Association. Mrs. Weinstein was born October 21, 1917 in Flint, the daughter of Isadore and Rose (Rothberg) Lande and she had resided in Flint her entire life. She married Charles Weinstein in November of 1938 in Flint. Mrs. Weinstein was a graduate of the University of Michigan-Flint. She was a member of Congregation Beth Israel, Beth Israel Sisterhood and a life member of Hadassah. She ws an original sponsor of the United Synagogue Youth. She was also involved in the Flint Institute of Arts and the League of Women Voters. Surviving are: husband, Charles; 3 children, Morris Paul and wife Abby Weinstien of Paris, France, Ross Leon Weinstein of Lake Orion, Susan and husband Barry Alberts of Evanston, Illinois, granddaughter Jaime Alberts, a student of Brown University. Mrs. Weinstein was preceded in death by her parents; brother, Herman Lande; 4 sisters, Ada Share, Rebecca Lande, Sara Stekoll, and Marian Frankenstein. Arrangements are being handled by Sharp Funeral Homes, 8138 Miller Road, Swartz, Creek.

YES
YES
3672. “Flint Journal,” Michigan. Flint., Y, Y.
Bombel, Benny - 2068 Walden Ct., Flint, MI, died February 3, 1993 at University of Michigan Hospital. He was born February 27, 1924 in Flint, the son of Max and Rose Bombel. He worked for the Internal Revenue service until 1964, when he started a private tax pracdtice, retiring in 1990. He was a member of Temple Beth El, Independent Account, and life member of DAV. Member of B'nai B'rith. U.S. Air Force 1942-45. He was apointed by Governor G. Mennen Williams to serve on the Vetrerans Trust Fund. He married Doris Lande in 1950. Surviving are: son, Stuart Bombel and wife Jill; daughter Martha Bombel; grandosn, Louis Whitesman; brother, Sam Bombel and wife Gladys; brother and sister, Marvin and Betty Heidenrich. Serices will be help 11 am Thursday, February 4, 1993 at Temple Beth El. Burial at Flint Memorial Park.

YES
YES
3673. “Schwartz,” Michigan. Flint., Y, Y.
Schwartz, Bertha Agnes - Age 83, died Friday, Aril 3, 1987 at Methodist Hospital, Houston, Texas. Funeral services will be held at 10 AM Tuesday, April 7, 1987 from St. Matthew Catholic Church, Rev. Fr. Joseph Harman officiating. Burial in New Calvary Cemetery. Mrs. Schwartz will remain at the Dodds-Dumanois Co. Funeral Home where friends may call after 3 PM Monday. Those desiring may make contributions to the American Heart Association. Mrs. Schwartz was born in Luce, Minnesota, July 31, 1903. She lived in Flint most of her life. She was a member of St. Matthews Church and the Altar Society. Mrs. Schwartz worked at Smith-Bridgemans and also Neumode Hosiery. Surviving are: 2 daughters, Monica Dively of Flint, and Mary Angela Schwartz of Ann Arbor; granddaughter, Lisa Marie Dively of Flint; brother, John Honer and wife Jule of Dent, Minnesota; many nieces and nephews. Mrs. Schwartz was preceded in death by her husband, Dr. Julius D. Schwartz in 1968. Arrangements by Dodds-Dumanois Co., A Golden Rule Funeral Home, 901 Garland St.

YES
YES

Schwartz, Bertha Agnes -
YES
YES
3674. “1930 U.S. census, Ancestry.com, Digital images,” Michigan, Genesee, http://www.Ancestry.com: National Archives and Records Administration, 2002, Y, Y.
Census 1930, Flint, Michigan, 132 W. Genesee St.
92. CharlesSeenwan[actuallySteinman],head,rent,$55/m,radio,32[1898],age1m24[1922],literate,bWhRussia,FbWhRussia,MbWhRussia,spRus,imm1913,na,spEng,
merchant ladies apparel (8491)
93.Clara,wife,30[1900],a1m22,literate,bRomania,FbRomania,MbRomania,
imm1903,na,spEng
94.Edward,son,7[1923],bMI,FbWhRussia,MbRomania
95.Louis,daughter,2 6/12[1927],bMI,FbWhRussia,MbRomania
YES
YES
3675. “US Citizenship and Immigration Series, Genealogy Program, US Department of Homeland Security.,” Michigan, Y, Y.
YES
YES
3676. “Michigan,Flint,CharlesSteinman,NaturalizationPetition,” Michigan. Genesee., Y, Y, Archives of Michigan, Archives of Michigan702 W Kalamazoo StPO Box 30740Lansing, MI 48909-8240Archives of Michigan702 W Kalamazoo StPO Box 30740LansingMI48909-8240, 517 373-1408, www.michiganhistory.org.
YES
YES
3677. “Marriage Certificates.,” Michigan., Y, Y.
YES
YES
3678. “Flint Journal,” Michigan. Flint.
Lande, Della Simon - of Flint Township, aged 87, died Friday, February 8, 1985, at McLaren General Hospital. Funeral services will be held 2 PM Sunday at Temple Beth El, 501 S. Ballenger, Rabbi Gerald H. Schuster officiating. Burial in Belth El Memorial Cemetery. In lieu of flowers the family of Mrs. Lande requests that you make contributions to the charity of your choice. Mrs. Lande was born October 8, 1897. Mrs. Lande married Sam Lande in Owosso, Michigan in 1919 and then moved to Flint where she resided until her death. She was a charter member of Temple Beth El., a life member of Temple Beth El Sisterhood, Hadassah and City of Hope. She was also a member of ORT, B'Nai Brith Women, Congregation Beth Israel Sisterhood and a 12 year volunteeer at Saginaw Michigan Veteran's Hospital. She was a partner with her husband Sam Lande for 47 years at Flint Furniture Mart (Carload Sam's). Her husband, Sam, preceded her in death in 1977. Surviving are: daughter Miss Patty Lande; daughter and son-in-law, Ben and Doris Bombel; daughter and son-in-law Marv and Bette Heidenrich; granchildren, Martha Bombel, Lewis and his wife Roxanne Heidenrich; Stuart Bombel of Denver, Colorado and Diana Heidenrich of Denver, Colorado; great-grandchild, Louis Whitesman.

YES
YES
3679. “Flint Journal,” Michigan. Flint., Y, Y.
Goldberg, Dorothy - Age 76, died Sunday, December 5, 1993 at Bay Medical Care Facility. Funeral services will be 10AM Wednesday, December 8, 1993 at Machpelah Cemetery, Rabbi Paul S. Reese officiating. She was born in Detroit, MI on September 11, 1917. She was a member of Congregation Beth Israel. Surviving are: 3 children, Sheila Campbell of Rdmond, OR, Eugene Goldberg of Israel, Sanford Goldberg of Louisville, CO; 8 grandchildren; 1 brother and 1 sister.

YES
YES
3680. “Machpelah (Flint, Genesee, Michigan). Grave markers.,” Y, Y.
Siegel, Beloved Wife Edith M., May 5, 1909 - July 25, 1988

YES
YES
3681. “Flint Journal,” Michigan. Flint., Y, Y.
Siegel, Edith M. - Age 79, died July 25, 1988 at the residence. Funeral services will be held 11 AM Wednesday at Brown Funeral Home, 1616 Davison Rd. Interment, Macpelah Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, Memorial contributions may be made to Congregation Beth Israel or charity of your choice. Mrs. Siegel was born in Illinois, May 5, 1909. She lived in Flint since 1916. She was a memeber of Congregation Beth Israel, a member of National Ladies Auxiliary of Jewish War Veterans of U.S., Flint Federation of Teachers, M.E.A. and N.F.R.T.A. She taught school at Cook, Garfield Elementary and retired from Zimmerman Elementary after 45 years. Surviving are: 2 brothers, William Lande of Flint, Jack Lande of Palm Springs, California; 2 sisters, Stella Kaufman of Flint and Ann Arbor, Sarah Dritch of Tulsa, Oklahoma; nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by husband, Edward, sister, Katherine Haas and brother , Alex Lande.

YES
YES
3682. “Flint Journal,” Michigan. Flint., Y, Y.
Goldberg, Edward - 1904 Ames St., Essexville, age 65, died Friday, July 4, 1980 at Bay Medical Center, Bay City, Michigan. Graveside services will be conducted at 1 PM Sunday, July 6, 1980 at Machpelah Cemetery, Flint, Rabbi Hilel Rudavsky officiating. Shivah will be observed at the late residence from Sunday, July 6 1980 through Friday morning July 11, 1980. Mr. Goldberg was born in Chicago, Illinois, April 29, 1915 and was a resident of the Bay City and Essexville area for 26 years. He married Dorothy Miller February 9, 1947 at Detroit, Michigan. He was a member of Congregation Beth Israel, Flint. He served in the U. S. Army during World War II and was Co-owner of the Atlas Furniture and Appliance Co. in Bay City. Surviving are: wife, Dorothy; 2 sons, Eugene, New York City, N.Y., and Sanford, student at U of M, Ann Arbor; daughter, Sheila at home; 3 brothers, William Goldberg of Flint, Sidney Goldberg of Sepulveda, California, Clarence Goldberg of W. Hollywood, California. Also several nieces. There will be no visitation at the funderal home.

YES
YES

G
YES
YES
3683. “Machpelah (Flint, Genesee, Michigan). Grave markers.,” Y, Y.
Beloved Husband Edward L. Siegel, Jan. 19, 1898, Dec. 11, 1973

YES
YES
3684. “Flint Journal,” Michigan. Flint., Y, Y.
Siegel, Edward - 809 S. Ballenger, age 75, died Tuesday, December 11, 1973, at Lafayette Extended Care Facility. Funeral Services will be held at 11 AM Thursday, at Groves & Co. Memorial Chapel, Garland at Third Ave., Rabbi Gilbert Kollin officiating. Burial in Machpelah Cemetery. Mr. Siegel was born in New York, January 19, 1898, and had been a resident of Flint the last 50 years. He married Edith Lande December 25, 1935. Mr. Siegel was a memeer of Congregation Beth Israel, and Ft. Lauderdale Elks Lodge no 1517. Surviving are: Wife, Mrs. Edith Siegel; brother, Milton Siegel of Brooklyn, New York; several nieces and nephews. Arrangements by Groves & Co. Those who so desire may make contributions to Congregation Beth Israel.

YES
YES

Siegel, Edward - 809 S. Ballenger, age 75, died Tuesday, December 11, 1973, at Lafayette Extended Care Facility. Funeral Services will be held at 11 AM Thursday, at Groves & Co. Memorial Chapel, Garland at Third Ave., Rabbi Gilbert Kollin officiating. Burial in Machpelah Cemetery. Mr. Siegel was born in New York, January 19, 1898, and had been a resident of Flint the last 50 years. He married Edith Lande December 25, 1935. Mr. Siegel was a memeer of Congregation Beth Israel, and Ft. Lauderdale Elks Lodge no 1517. Surviving are: Wife, Mrs. Edith Siegel; brother, Milton Siegel of Brooklyn, New York; several nieces and nephews. Arrangements by Groves & Co. Those who so desire may make contributions to Congregation Beth Israel.
YES
3685. “Michigan,Flint,Feldman,Sophie,PetitionNaturalization,” Michigan. Genesee., Y, Y, Archives of Michigan, Archives of Michigan702 W Kalamazoo StPO Box 30740Lansing, MI 48909-8240Archives of Michigan702 W Kalamazoo StPO Box 30740LansingMI48909-8240, 517 373-1408, www.michiganhistory.org.
YES
YES
3686. “1930 U.S. census, Ancestry.com, Digital images,” Michigan, Genesee, http://www.Ancestry.com: National Archives and Records Administration, 2002, Y, Y.
Census 1930,Flint,Michigan,600 Welch Blvd
7.?Cb?DGeorge?C/b?DScwartz,head,own$15,000,radio,54[1876],m@26[1902],literate,bRussia, FbRomania,MbRomania,spRomanian,imm1902,naturalized,merchant,clothing(8491),own business
8.Mary,wife,48[1882],m@20[1902],bRomania,FbRomania,MbRomania,imm1903,
naturalized,spEng
9.Julius,son,24[1906],bNY,MbRomania,FbRomania,salesman,clothing store(4590)
10.Dalouis,daughter,19[1911],bIL,FbRomania,MbRomania
11.LillianBernhard,daughter,25(1904),bNY,FbRomania,MbRomania,bookkeeper,
clothing store(6790)
12.Jeanne,granddaughter,8[1922],bMI,FbNY,MbNY
YES
YES

Census 1930,Flint,Michigan,600 Welch Blvd
7.?Cb?DGeorge?C/b?DSchwartz,head,own$15,000,radio,54[1876],m@26[1902],literate,bRussia, FbRomania,MbRomania,spRomanian,imm1902,naturalized,merchant,clothing(8491),own business
8.Mary,wife,48[1882],m@20[1902],bRomania,FbRomania,MbRomania,imm1903,
naturalized,spEng
9.Julius,son,24[1906],bNY,MbRomania,FbRomania,salesman,clothing store(4590)
10.Dalouis,daughter,19[1911],bIL,FbRomania,MbRomania
11.LillianBernhard,daughter,25(1904),bNY,FbRomania,MbRomania,bookkeeper,
clothing store(6790)
12.Jeanne,granddaughter,8[1922],bMI,FbNY,MbNY
YES

Census 1930,Flint,Michigan,600 Welch Blvd
7.GeorgeScwartz,head,own$15,000,radio,54[1876],m@26[1902],literate,bRussia, FbRomania,MbRomania,spRomanian,imm1902,naturalized,merchant,clothing(8491),own business
8.?Cb?DMary?C/b?D,wife,48[1882],m@20[1902],bRomania,FbRomania,MbRomania,imm1903,
naturalized,spEng
9.Julius,son,24[1906],bNY,MbRomania,FbRomania,salesman,clothing store(4590)
10.Dalouis,daughter,19[1911],bIL,FbRomania,MbRomania
11.LillianBernhard,daughter,25(1904),bNY,FbRomania,MbRomania,bookkeeper,
clothing store(6790)
12.Jeanne,granddaughter,8[1922],bMI,FbNY,MbNY
YES
YES

Census 1930,Flint,Michigan,600 Welch Blvd
7.GeorgeScwartz,head,own$15,000,radio,54[1876],m@26[1902],literate,bRussia, FbRomania,MbRomania,spRomanian,imm1902,naturalized,merchant,clothing(8491),own business
8.Mary,wife,48[1882],m@20[1902],bRomania,FbRomania,MbRomania,imm1903,
naturalized,spEng
9?Cb?D.?C/b?DJulius,son,24[1906],bNY,MbRomania,FbRomania,salesman,clothing store(4590)
10.?Cb?DDalouis,?C/b?Ddaughter,19[1911],bIL,FbRomania,MbRomania
11.LillianBernhard,daughter,25(1904),bNY,FbRomania,MbRomania,bookkeeper,
clothing store(6790)
12.Jeanne,granddaughter,8[1922],bMI,FbNY,MbNY
YES
YES

Census 1930,Flint,Michigan,600 Welch Blvd
7.GeorgeScwartz,head,own$15,000,radio,54[1876],m@26[1902],literate,bRussia, FbRomania,MbRomania,spRomanian,imm1902,naturalized,merchant,clothing(8491),own business
8.Mary,wife,48[1882],m@20[1902],bRomania,FbRomania,MbRomania,imm1903,
naturalized,spEng
9?Cb?D.?C/b?DJulius,son,24[1906],bNY,MbRomania,FbRomania,salesman,clothing store(4590)
10.Dalouis,daughter,19[1911],bIL,FbRomania,MbRomania
11.?Cb?DLillian?C/b?DBernhard,daughter,25(1904),bNY,FbRomania,MbRomania,bookkeeper,
clothing store(6790)
12.Jeanne,granddaughter,8[1922],bMI,FbNY,MbNY
YES
YES

Census 1930,Flint,Michigan,600 Welch Blvd
7.GeorgeScwartz,head,own$15,000,radio,54[1876],m@26[1902],literate,bRussia, FbRomania,MbRomania,spRomanian,imm1902,naturalized,merchant,clothing(8491),own business
8.Mary,wife,48[1882],m@20[1902],bRomania,FbRomania,MbRomania,imm1903,
naturalized,spEng
9?Cb?D.?C/b?DJulius,son,24[1906],bNY,MbRomania,FbRomania,salesman,clothing store(4590)
10.Dalouis,daughter,19[1911],bIL,FbRomania,MbRomania
11.LillianBernhard,daughter,25(1904),bNY,FbRomania,MbRomania,bookkeeper,
clothing store(6790)
12.?Cb?DJeanne?C/b?D,granddaughter,8[1922],bMI,FbNY,MbNY
YES
YES

Census 1930,Flint,Michigan,600 Welch Blvd
7.GeorgeSchwartz,head,own$15,000,radio,54[1876],m@26[1902],literate,bRussia, FbRomania,MbRomania,spRomanian,imm1902,naturalized,merchant,clothing(8491),own business
8.Mary,wife,48[1882],m@20[1902],bRomania,FbRomania,MbRomania,imm1903,
naturalized,spEng
9?Cb?D.Julius?C/b?D,son,24[1906],bNY,MbRomania,FbRomania,salesman,clothing store(4590)
10.Dalouis,daughter,19[1911],bIL,FbRomania,MbRomania
11.LillianBernhard,daughter,25(1904),bNY,FbRomania,MbRomania,bookkeeper,
clothing store(6790)
12.Jeanne,granddaughter,8[1922],bMI,FbNY,MbNY
YES
YES
3687. “1920 U.S. census, Ancestry.com, Digital images,” Michigan, Genesee, http://www.Ancestry.com: National Archives and Records Administration, 2005, Y, Y.
Census 1920, Flint, Michigan, 1224 Avenue C
93?Cb?D.George?C/b?DSchwartz,head,own-mortgage,45[1875],literate,bRomania,spRomanian,
FbRomania,spRomanian,MbRomania,spRomanian,spEng,Marchant?
94.Mary,wife,39[1881],literate,bRomania,spRomanian,FbRussia,
spJewish,MbRomania,spRomanian,spEng
95.Lillian,daughter,16[1904],bNY
96.Julius,son,15[1905],byNY
97.Ida,daughter,13[1907],byNY
98.Berthad,daughter,9[1911],bIL
99.Clara,sister-in-law,20[1900],bRomania,spRomanian,FbRussia,spJewish,
MbRomania,spEng,chief clerk,telephone company.
YES
YES

Census 1920, Flint, Michigan, 1224 Avenue C
93.?Cb?DGeorge?C/b?DSchwartz,head,own-mortgage,45[1875],literate,bRomania,spRomanian,
FbRomania,spRomanian,MbRomania,spRomanian,spEng,Marchant?
94.Mary,wife,39[1881],literate,bRomania,spRomanian,FbRussia,
spJewish,MbRomania,spRomanian,spEng
95.Lillian,daughter,16[1904],bNY
96.Julius,son,15[1905],byNY
97.Ida,daughter,13[1907],byNY
98.Berthad,daughter,9[1911],bIL
99.Clara,sister-in-law,20[1900],bRomania,spRomanian,FbRussia,spJewish,
MbRomania,spEng,chief clerk,telephone company.
YES

Census 1920, Flint, Michigan, 1224 Avenue C
93.GeorgeSchwartz,head,own-mortgage,45[1875],literate,bRomania,spRomanian,
FbRomania,spRomanian,MbRomania,spRomanian,spEng,Marchant?
94.?Cb?DMary?C/b?D,wife,39[1881],literate,bRomania,spRomanian,FbRussia,spJewish,MbRomania,
spRomanian,spEng
95.Lillian,daughter,16[1904],bNY
96.Julius,son,15[1905],byNY
97.Ida,daughter,13[1907],byNY
98.Berthad,daughter,9[1911],bIL
99.Clara,sister-in-law,20[1900],bRomania,spRomanian,FbRussia,spJewish,
MbRomania,spEng,chief clerk,telephone company.
YES
YES

Census 1920, Flint, Michigan, 1224 Avenue C
93.GeorgeSchwartz,head,own-mortgage,45[1875],literate,bRomania,spRomanian,
FbRomania,spRomanian,MbRomania,spRomanian,spEng,Marchant?
94.Mary,wife,39[1881],literate,bRomania,spRomanian,FbRussia,
spJewish,MbRomania,spRomanian,spEng
95.Lillian,daughter,16[1904],bNY
96.Julius,son,15[1905],byNY
97.Ida,daughter,13[1907],byNY
98.?Cb?DBerthad?C/b?D,daughter,9[1911],bIL
99.?Cb?DClara?C/b?D,sister-in-law,20,[1900],bRomania,spRomanian,FbRussia,spJewish,
MbRomania,spEng,chief clerk,telephone company.
YES
YES

Census 1920, Flint, Michigan, 1224 Avenue C
93.GeorgeSchwartz,head,own-mortgage,45[1875],literate,bRomania,spRomanian,
FbRomania,spRomanian,MbRomania,spRomanian,spEng,Marchant?
94.Mary,wife,39[1881],literate,bRomania,spRomanian,FbRussia,spJewish,
MbRomania,spRomanian,spEng
95.?Cb?DLillian?C/b?D,daughter,16[1904],bNY
96.Julius,son,15[1905],byNY
97.Ida,daughter,13[1907],byNY
98.Berthad,daughter,9[1911],bIL
99.Clara,sister-in-law,20[1900],bRomania,spRomanian,FbRussia,spJewish,MbRomania,spEng,chief clerk,
telephone company.
YES
YES

Census 1920, Flint, Michigan, 1224 Avenue C
93.GeorgeSchwartz,head,own-mortgage,45[1875],literate,bRomania,spRomanian,
FbRomania,spRomanian,MbRomania,spRomanian,spEng,Marchant?
94.Mary,wife,39[1881],literate,bRomania,spRomanian,FbRussia,
spJewish,MbRomania,spRomanian,spEng
95.?Cb?DLillian?C/b?D,daughter,16[1904],bNY
96.Julius,son,15[1905],byNY
97.Ida,daughter,13[1907],byNY
98.Berthad,daughter,9[1911],bIL
99.Clara,sister-in-law,20[1900],bRomania,spRomanian,FbRussia,spJewish,MbRomania,spEng,chief clerk,
telephone company.
YES

Census 1920, Flint, Michigan, 1224 Avenue C
93.GeorgeSchwartz,head,own-mortgage,45[1875],literate,bRomania,spRomanian,
FbRomania,spRomanian,MbRomania,spRomanian,spEng,Marchant?
94.Mary,wife,39[1881],literate,bRomania,spRomanian,FbRussia,spJewish,MbRomania,
spRomanian,spEng
95.?Cb?DLillian?C/b?D,daughter,16[1904],bNY
96.Julius,son,15[1905],byNY
97.Ida,daughter,13[1907],byNY
98.Berthad,daughter,9[1911],bIL
99.Clara,sister-in-law,20[1900],bRomania,spRomanian,FbRussia,spJewish,MbRomania,spEng,chief clerk,
telephone company.
YES

Census 1920, Flint, Michigan, 1224 Avenue C
93.GeorgeSchwartz,head,own-mortgage,45[1875],literate,bRomania,spRomanian,
FbRomania,spRomanian,MbRomania,spRomanian,spEng,Marchant?
94.Mary,wife,39[1881],literate,bRomania,spRomanian,FbRussia,\\spJewish,MbRomania,spRomanian,spEng
95.Lillian,daughter,16[1904],bNY
96.Julius,son,15[1905],byNY
97.I?Cb?Dda?C/b?D,daughter,13[1907],byNY
98.Berthad,daughter,9[1911],bIL
99.Clara,sister-in-law,20[1900],bRomania,spRomanian,FbRussia,spJewish,MbRomania,spEng,chief clerk,
telephone company.
YES
YES

Census 1920, Flint, Michigan, 1224 Avenue C
93.GeorgeSchwartz,head,own-mortgage,45[1875],literate,bRomania,spRomanian,
FbRomania,spRomanian,MbRomania,spRomanian,spEng,Marchant?
94.Mary,wife,39[1881],literate,bRomania,spRomanian,FbRussia,
spJewish,MbRomania,spRomanian,spEng
95.Lillian,daughter,16[1904],bNY
96.Julius,son,15[1905],byNY
97.I?Cb?Dda?C/b?D,daughter,13[1907],byNY
98.Berthad,daughter,9[1911],bIL
99.Clara,sister-in-law,20[1900],bRomania,spRomanian,FbRussia,spJewish,MbRomania,spEng,chief clerk,
telephone company.
YES

Census 1920, Flint, Michigan, 1224 Avenue C
93.GeorgeSchwartz,head,own-mortgage,45[1875],literate,bRomania,spRomanian,
FbRomania,spRomanian,MbRomania,spRomanian,spEng,Marchant?
94.Mary,wife,39[1881],literate,bRomania,spRomanian,FbRussia,
spJewish,MbRomania,spRomanian,spEng
95.Lillian,daughter,16[1904],bNY
96.Julius,son,15[1905],byNY
97.I?Cb?Dda?C/b?D,daughter,13[1907],byNY
98.Berthad,daughter,9[1911],bIL
99.Clara,sister-in-law,20[1900],bRomania,spRomanian,FbRussia,spJewish,MbRomania,spEng,chief clerk,
telephone company.
YES
YES

Census 1920, Flint, Michigan, 1224 Avenue C
93.GeorgeSchwartz,head,own-mortgage,45[1875],literate,bRomania,spRomanian,
FbRomania,spRomanian,MbRomania,spRomanian,spEng,Marchant?
94.Mary,wife,39[1881],literate,bRomania,spRomanian,FbRussia,
spJewish,MbRomania,spRomanian,spEng
95.Lillian,daughter,16[1904],bNY
96.?Cb?DJuliu?C/b?Ds,son,15[1905],byNY
97.Ida,daughter,13[1907],byNY
98.Berthad,daughter,9[1911],bIL
99.Clara,sister-in-law,20[1900],bRomania,spRomanian,FbRussia,spJewish,MbRomania,spEng,chief clerk,
telephone company.
YES
YES

Census 1920, Flint, Michigan, 1224 Avenue C
93.GeorgeSchwartz,head,own-mortgage,45[1875],literate,bRomania,spRomanian,
FbRomania,spRomanian,MbRomania,spRomanian,spEng,Marchant?
94.Mary,wife,39[1881],literate,bRomania,spRomanian,FbRussia,
spJewish,MbRomania,spRomanian,spEng
95.Lillian,daughter,16[1904],bNY
96.Julius,son,15[1905],byNY
97.?Cb?DIda?C/b?D,daughter,13[1907],byNY
98.Berthad,daughter,9[1911],bIL
99.?Cb?DClara?C/b?D,sister-in-law,20,[1900],bRomania,spRomanian,FbRussia,spJewish,
MbRomania,spEng,chief clerk,telephone company.
YES
YES
3688. “Michigan,Flint,Goldberg,Samuel,Naturalization,” Michigan. Genesee., Y, Y, Archives of Michigan, Archives of Michigan702 W Kalamazoo StPO Box 30740Lansing, MI 48909-8240Archives of Michigan702 W Kalamazoo StPO Box 30740LansingMI48909-8240, 517 373-1408, www.michiganhistory.org.
YES
YES
3689. “Machpelah (Flint, Genesee, Michigan). Grave markers.,” Y, Y.
Lande, Beloved Wife, Mother & Grandmother, Grace, May 30, 1910 - May 20, 1993

YES
YES
3690. “Flint Journal,” Michigan. Genesee., Y, Y.
Lande, Grace Evelyn - Age 82, died May 20, 1993 at St. Joseph Hospital. Funeral services will be held 10 AM Sunday at Brown Funeral Home. Rabbi Paul Reis officiating. Interment Machpelah Cemetery. Memorial contributions may be made to Congregation Beth Israel or Temple Beth El. Grace was born in Vassar, Michigan, May 30, 1910. She lived in Flint since 1925. She was a member of Conrgegation Beth Israel and its Sisterhood, member of Hadassah, N.A.R.F.E., Senior's Adventurers, Inc., and Senior Friendship Club. Surviving are: son and daughter-in-law, Dennis and Diana Lande of Flint; son-in-law, Leonard Meizlish of Flint; 6 grandchildren, Mathew John Lande, Deborah and Andrea Meizlish, Donna and husband David Lowran, Daniel and wife Abby Lecureux, Denise and husband, Bryan Nicholls; 8 great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by husband, William Lande; and daughter, Naomi Lande Meizlish.

YES
YES
3691. “Naturalization Records.,” Michigan. Genesee., Y, Y, Archives of Michigan, Archives of Michigan702 W Kalamazoo StPO Box 30740Lansing, MI 48909-8240Archives of Michigan702 W Kalamazoo StPO Box 30740LansingMI48909-8240, 517 373-1408, www.michiganhistory.org.
YES
YES
3692. “1920 U.S. census, Ancestry.com, Digital images,” Michigan, Genesee, http://www.Ancestry.com: National Archives and Records Administration, n.d., Y, Y.
Census 1920, Flint, Michigan - note last name spelled Raufman
22.HarryKaufman,head,ownhouse,mortgage,38y[1882],imm1905,literate,bRussia,spRus,FbRussia,MbRussia,spEng,Merchant-ClothingStore,employed
23.?Cb?DTillie?C/b?D,wife,36,[1884],imm1905,literate,bRussia,spJewish,FbRussia,MbRussia,sEn
24.Lillian,daughter,11[1909],bNY
25.Lewis,son,6[1914],bFlint
YES

Census 1920, Flint, Michigan
22.HarryKaufman,head,ownhouse,mortgage,38y[1882],imm1905,literate,bRussia,spRus,FbRussia,MbRussia,spEng,Merchant-ClothingStore,employed
23.?Cb?DTillie?C/b?D,wife,36,[1884],imm1905,literate,bRussia,spJewish,FbRussia,MbRussia,sEn
24.Lillian,daughter,11[1909],bNY
25.Lewis,son,6[1914],bFlint

Census 1920, Flint, Michigan - note last name may have been spelled Raufman
22.HarryKaufman?Cb?D,?C/b?Dhead,ownhouse,mortgage,38y[1882],imm1905,literate,bRussia,spRus,FbRussia,MbRussia,spEng,Merchant-ClothingStore,employed
23.?Cb?DTillie?C/b?D,wife,36,[1884],imm1905,literate,bRussia,spJewish,FbRussia,MbRussia,sEn
24.Lillian,daughter,11[1909],bNY
25.Lewis,son,6[1914],bFlint

Census 1920, Flint, Michigan - note last name was spelled Raufman
22.?Cb?DHarryKaufman?C/b?D,head,ownhouse,mortgage,38y[1882},imm1905,literate,bRussia,spRus,FbRussia,MbRussia,sEng,Merchant-ClothingStore,employed
23.Tillie,wife,36,1884],imm1905,literate,bRussia,spJewish,FbRussia,MbRussia,sEng
24.Lillian,daughter,11,bNY
25.Lewis,son,6,bFlint
YES

Census 1920, Flint, Michigan
22.?Cb?DHarryKaufman?C/b?D,head,ownhouse,mortgage,38y[1882],imm1905,literate,bRussia,spRus,FbRussia,MbRussia,spEng,Merchant-ClothingStore,employed
23.Tillie,wife,36,1884],imm1905,literate,bRussia,spJewish,FbRussia,MbRussia,spEn
24.Lillian,daughter,11[1909],bNY
25.Lewis,son,61914],bFlint

Census 1920, Flint, Michigan - note last name may have been spelled Raufman
22.?Cb?DHarryKaufman,?C/b?Dhead,ownhouse,mortgage,38y[1882],imm1905,literate,bRussia,spRus,FbRussia,MbRussia,spEng,Merchant-ClothingStore,employed
23.Tillie,wife,36,[1884],imm1905,literate,bRussia,spJewish,FbRussia,MbRussia,sEn
24.Lillian,daughter,11[1909],bNY
25.Lewis,son,6[1914],bFlint

Census 1920, Flint, Michigan
22.?Cb?DHarryKaufman?C/b?D,head,ownhouse,mortgage,38y[1882],imm1905,literate,bRussia,spRus,FbRussia,MbRussia,spEng,Merchant-ClothingStore,employed
23.Tillie,wife,36[1884],imm1905,literate,bRussia,spJewish,FbRussia,MbRussia,spEg
24.Lillian,daughter,11[1909],bNY
25.Lewis,son,6[1914],bFlint

Census 1920, Flint, Michigan - note last name may have been spelled Raufman
22.HarryKaufman,head,ownhouse,mortgage,38y[1882],imm1905,literate,bRussia,spRus,FbRussia,MbRussia,spEng,Merchant-ClothingStore,employed
23.Tillie,wife,36,[1884],imm1905,literate,bRussia,spJewish,FbRussia,MbRussia,sEn
24.?Cb?DLillian?C/b?D,daughter,11[1909],bNY
25.Lewis,son,6[1914],bFlint
YES

Census 1920, Flint, Michigan - note last name may have been spelled Raufman
22.HarryKaufman,head,ownhouse,mortgage,38y[1882],imm1905,literate,bRussia,spRus,FbRussia,MbRussia,spEng,Merchant-ClothingStore,employed
23.Tillie,wife,36,[1884],imm1905,literate,bRussia,spJewish,FbRussia,MbRussia,sEn
24.Lillian,daughter,11[1909],bNY
25.?Cb?DLewis?C/b?D,son,6[1914],bFlint
YES
3693. “1930 U.S. census, Ancestry.com, Digital images,” Michigan, Genesee, www.Ancestry.com: National Archives and Records Administration, 2002, Y, Y.
1930 US Census, 230 Welch Blvd - note Tillie may have been spelled Lillie
Harry Kaufman,head,own home-$16,000,radio,49y[1881],m@ 26,literate,bRus,FbRus,MbRom,spRom,imm1910,not citizen,merchant clothing(8491-retail dealer:dry goods,clothing,boots and choes),working,not vet.
?Cb?DLillie?C/b?D,wife,48y[1882],m@25,literate,bRom,FbRom,MbRom,spRom,imm1910
Lillian,daughter,21[1909],literate,bNY,FbRus,MbRom
Louis,son,17[1913],literate,bFL,FbRus,MbRom
Frederick,8[1922],bMI,FbRus,MbRom
YES
YES

1930 US Census, 230 Welch Blvd.
Harry Kaufman,head,own home-$16,000,radio,49y[1881],m@ 26,literate,bRus,FbRus,MbRom,spRom,imm1910,not citizen,merchant clothing(8491-retail dealer:dry goods,clothing,boots and choes),working,not vet.
?Cb?DLillie?C/b?D,wife,48y[1882],m@25,literate,bRom,FbRom,MbRom,spRom,imm1910
Lillian,daughter,21[1909],literate,bNY,FbRus,MbRom
Louis,son,17[1913],literate,bFL,FbRus,MbRom
Frederick,8[1922],bMI,FbRus,MbRom
YES

1930 US Census, 230 Welch Blvd.
Harry Kaufman,head,own home-$16,000,radio,49y[1881],m@ 26,literate,bRus,FbRus,MbRom,spRom,imm1910,not citizen,merchant clothing(8491-retail dealer:dry goods,clothing,boots and choes),working,not vet.
?Cb?DTillie?C/b?D,wife,48y[1882],m@25,literate,bRom,FbRom,MbRom,spRom,imm1910
Lillian,daughter,21[1909],literate,bNY,FbRus,MbRom
Louis,son,17[1913],literate,bFL,FbRus,MbRom
Frederick,8[1922],bMI,FbRus,MbRom
YES

1930 US Census, 230 Welch Blvd. - note Tillie may have been spelled Lillie
?Cb?DHarry Kaufman?C/b?D,head,own home-$16,000,radio,49y[1881],m@ 26,literate,bRus,FbRus,MbRom,spRom,imm1910,not citizen,merchant clothing(8491-retail dealer:dry goods,clothing,boots and choes),working,not vet.
Lillie,wife,48y[1882],m@25,literate,bRom,FbRom,MbRom,spRom,imm1910
Lillian,daughter,21[1909],literate,bNY,FbRus,MbRom
Louis,son,17[1913],literate,bFL,FbRus,MbRom
Frederick,8[1922],bMI,FbRus,MbRom
YES
YES

1930 US Census, 230 Welch Blvd.
?Cb?DHarry Kaufman?C/b?D,head,own home-$16,000,radio,49y[1881],m@ 26,literate,bRus,FbRus,MbRom,spRom,imm1910,not citizen,merchant clothing(8491-retail dealer:dry goods,clothing,boots and choes),working,not vet.
Lillie,wife,48y[1882],m@25,literate,bRom,FbRom,MbRom,spRom,imm1910
Lillian,daughter,21[1909],literate,bNY,FbRus,MbRom
Louis,son,17[1913],literate,bFL,FbRus,MbRom
Frederick,8[1922],bMI,FbRus,MbRom
YES

1930 US Census, 230 Welch Blvd.
?Cb?DHarry Kaufman?C/b?D,head,own home-$16,000,radio,49y[1881],m@ 26,literate,bRus,FbRus,MbRom,spRom,imm1910,not citizen,merchant clothing(8491-retail dealer:dry goods,clothing,boots and choes),working,not vet.
Lillie,wife,48y[1882],m@25,literate,bRom,FbRom,MbRom,spRom,imm1910
Lillian,daughter,21[1909],literate,bNY,FbRus,MbRom
Louis,son,17[1913],literate,bFL,FbRus,MbRom
Frederick,8[1922],bMI,FbRus,MbRom
YES
YES

1930 US Census, 230 Welch Blvd.
Harry Kaufman,head,own home-$16,000,radio,49y,m@ 26,literate,bRus,FbRus,MbRom,spRom,imm1910,not citizen,merchant clothing(8491-retail dealer:dry goods,clothing,boots and choes),working,not vet.
Lillie,wife,48y,m@25,literate,bRom,FbRom,MbRom,spRom,imm1910
?Cb?DLillian?C/b?D,daughter,21,literate,bNY,FbRus,MbRom
Louis,son,17,literate,bFL,FbRus,MbRom
Frederick,8,bMI,FbRus,MbRom
YES
YES

1930 US Census, 230 Welch Blvd.
Harry Kaufman,head,own home-$16,000,radio,49y,m@ 26,literate,bRus,FbRus,MbRom,spRom,imm1910,not citizen,merchant clothing(8491-retail dealer:dry goods,clothing,boots and choes),working,not vet.
Lillie,wife,48y,m@25,literate,bRom,FbRom,MbRom,spRom,imm1910
Lillian,daughter,21,literate,bNY,FbRus,MbRom
?Cb?DLouis?C/b?D,son,17,literate,bFL,FbRus,MbRom
Frederick,8,bMI,FbRus,MbRom
YES
YES

1930 US Census, 230 Welch Blvd.
Harry Kaufman,head,own home-$16,000,radio,49y,m@ 26,literate,bRus,FbRus,MbRom,spRom,imm1910,not citizen,merchant clothing(8491-retail dealer:dry goods,clothing,boots and choes),working,not vet.
Lillie,wife,48y,m@25,literate,bRom,FbRom,MbRom,spRom,imm1910
Lillian,daughter,21,literate,bNY,FbRus,MbRom
Louis,son,17,literate,bFL,FbRus,MbRom
?Cb?DFrederick?C/b?D,8,bMI,FbRus,MbRom
YES
YES
3694. “Flint Journal,” Michigan. Flint., Y, Y.
?Cb?DHerman Lande, 45, Former Judge, Dies?C/b?D.
Herman F. Lande of 1615 Durand St., a former associate municipal judge and a practicing attorney here fo the last 21 yeaars, died Saturday.
He was taken ill about 1 pm at the Elks Club and lost consciousness. He was taken to McLaren Hospital where he died shortly after arrival.
Services will be at 3:30 pm Monday at Goves and Co., Third Ave. and Garland St., with Rabbi Philip Kieval officiating. Burial will be at Machpelah Cemetery.
Born in Fort Wayne, Ind., son of Isadore and Rose Lande, Mr. Lande came to Flint in 1915. He was graduated from Northern High School in 1930. He attended the University of Michigan before he obtained his law degree from the Detroit College of Law in 1936.
He married Betty Gordon, of San Francisco, Jan. 27, 1946 at Chicago.
Mr. Lande Served in the Army from 1942 to 1946 and was in the Arctic on special assignment in 1942.
On Jan. 15, 1951, the City Commission appointed him as an associate municipal judge to serve in case of illness or absence of one of Flint's two regular municipal judeges. He was an unsuccessful candidate for the same post at regular elections in 1951 and 1957 and also failed to win the Democratic nomination for prosecutor in 1946.
Last July, he was elected national vice-president for Michigan of the National Association of Claimants Compensation Attorneys.
Mr. Lande was a memeber of the American and Geneseee County Bar Assns., of Congregation Beth Israel and B'nai Brith. He was a memeber of the Borart of Directors at Congregation Beth Israel and ot the men's club there.
He leaves his wife: a daughter Linda, and a son Elliot, both at home; five sisters, Mrs. Ada Share, and Mrs. Ann Weinstein, both of Flint, Mrs. Sarah Stikoll, Okmulgee, Okla., Mrs. Marian Frankentstein, Ft. Wayne, and Miss Rebecca Lande, Cleveland. A nephew, Lt. Joseh\\ph E. Share, with the U.S. Air Force, made his home with the Landes.

YES
YES
3698. “Momumental inscriptions,” Machpelah (Flint, Genesee, Michgian, USA), monumental inscription., Y, Y.
YES
YES
3699. “US Citizenship and Immigration Services, Genealogy Program, US Department of Homeland Security.,” Michigan, Y, Y.
YES
YES
3700. “Flint Journal,” Michigan. Flint., Y, Y.
Isadore Lande Dies; Rites to be Monday. Isadore Lande , 70, of 3506 Holy Ave., one of the organizers of Congregation Beth Israel, died Saturday at St. Joseph Hospital. Services will be at 3:30 PM Monday at Groves & Co. Funeral Home, Rabbi Philip Kieval officiating. Burial will be at Machpelah. Mr. Lande ws born Dec. 25, 1883, in Russia. He lived here for 40 years, coming from Ft. Wayne, Ind. He was a memeber of Beth Israel Men's Club, B'nai B'rith and the Zionist Organization of America. One of the early scrap metal dealers in Flint, Mr. Lande retired in 1935 after owning and operating a tire store for 15 years and a hardware business for 15. Surviving are five daughters, Mrs. Ada Share, Rebecca, and Mrs. Charles Weinstiein, all of Flint, Mrs. Bernard Frankenstein, Ft. Wayne, and Mrs Philip Stekoll, Okmulgee, Okla, a son, Herman F., Flint attorney; two sisters, Mrs. June Alt, San Francisco, and Mrs. Bertha Wyner, Chicago; two brothers, Samuel and Louis, both of Flint, and 10 grandchildren.

YES
YES
3701. “Michigan,Flint,IsadoreLande,PetitionNaturalization,DeclarationIntention,CertificateArrival,” Michigan. Genesee., Y, Y, Archives of Michigan, Archives of Michigan702 W Kalamazoo StPO Box 30740Lansing, MI 48909-8240Archives of Michigan702 W Kalamazoo StPO Box 30740LansingMI48909-8240, 517 373-1408, www.michiganhistory.org.
YES
YES
3702. “1930 U.S. census, Ancestry.com, Digital images,” Michigan, Genesee, http://www.Ancestry.com: National Archives and Records Administration, 2002, Y, Y.
Census 1930, Apr 18,Flint, MI, 410 E. Witherbee
35.?Cb?DIsidore?C/b?DLande,head,house$6,000,radio,46[1884],m@25[1909],bRussia,FbRussia,MbRussia,spYiddish,imm1905,naturalized,literate,
merchant-RetailHardware[9091]
36.Rose,wife,41[1889],m@20[1909],bRussia,FbRussia,MbRussia,spYiddish,
imm1907.naturalized,literate
37.Ada R,daughter,20[1910],bIL,FbRussia,MbRussia,bookkeeper[6790]for father
38.Rebecca,daughter,19[1911],bIN,FbRussia,MbRussia,clerk[8370]for father
39.Herman,son,17[1913],bIN,FbRussia,MbRussia
40.Anna,daughter,12[1918],bMI
41.Sarah,daughter,11[1919],bMI
42.Miriam,daughter,5[1925],bMI
YES
YES

Census 1930, Apr 18,Flint, MI, 410 E. Witherbee
35.?Cb?DIsidore?C/b?DLande,head,house$6,000,radio,46[1884],m@25[1909],bRussia,
FbRussia,MbRussia,spYiddish,imm1905,naturalized,literate,merchant-RetailHardware[9091]
36.Rose,wife,41[1889],m@20[1909],bRussia,FbRussia,MbRussia,spYiddish,
imm1907.naturalized,literate
37.Ada R,daughter,20[1910],bIL,FbRussia,MbRussia,bookkeeper[6790]for father
38.Rebecca,daughter,19[1911],bIN,FbRussia,MbRussia,clerk[8370]for father
39.Herman,son,17[1913],bIN,FbRussia,MbRussia
40.Anna,daughter,12[1918],bMI
41.Sarah,daughter,11[1919],bMI
42.Miriam,daughter,5[1925],bMI
YES

Census 1930, Apr 18,Flint, MI, 410 E. Witherbee
35.?Cb?DIsidore?C/b?DLande,head,house$6,000,radio,46[1884],m@25[1909],bRussia,FbRussia,MbRussia,spYiddish,imm1905,naturalized,
literate,merchant-RetailHardware[9091]
36.Rose,wife,41[1889],m@20[1909],bRussia,FbRussia,MbRussia,
spYiddish,imm1907.naturalized,literate
37.Ada R,daughter,20[1910],bIL,FbRussia,MbRussia,bookkeeper[6790]for father
38.Rebecca,daughter,19[1911],bIN,FbRussia,MbRussia,clerk[8370]for father
39.Herman,son,17[1913],bIN,FbRussia,MbRussia
40.Anna,daughter,12[1918],bMI
41.Sarah,daughter,11[1919],bMI
42.Miriam,daughter,5[1925],bMI
YES

Census 1930, Apr 18,Flint, MI, 410 E. Witherbee
35.IsidoreLande,head,house$6,000,radio,46[1884],m@25[1909],bRussia,FbRussia,MbRussia,spYiddish,imm1905,naturalized,literate,
merchant-RetailHardware[9091]
36.?Cb?DRose?C/b?D,wife,41[1889],m@20[1909],bRussia,FbRussia,MbRussia,spYiddish,
imm1907.naturalized,literate
37.Ada R,daughter,20[1910],bIL,FbRussia,MbRussia,bookkeeper[6790]for father
38.Rebecca,daughter,19[1911],bIN,FbRussia,MbRussia,clerk[8370]for father
39.Herman,son,17[1913],bIN,FbRussia,MbRussia
40.Anna,daughter,12[1918],bMI
41.Sarah,daughter,11[1919],bMI
42.Miriam,daughter,5[1925],bMI
YES
YES

Census 1930, Apr 18,Flint, MI, 410 E. Witherbee
35.IsidoreLande,head,house$6,000,radio,46[1884],m@25[1909],bRussia,FbRussia,Mb
Russia,spYiddish,imm1905,naturalized,literate,merchant-RetailHardware[9091]
36.?Cb?DRose?C/b?D,wife,41[1889],m@20[1909],bRussia,FbRussia,MbRussia,spYiddish,imm1907.naturalized,literate
37.Ada R,daughter,20[1910],bIL,FbRussia,MbRussia,bookkeeper[6790]for father
38.Rebecca,daughter,19[1911],bIN,FbRussia,MbRussia,clerk[8370]for father
39.Herman,son,17[1913],bIN,FbRussia,MbRussia
40.Anna,daughter,12[1918],bMI
41.Sarah,daughter,11[1919],bMI
42.Miriam,daughter,5[1925],bMI
YES
YES

Census 1930, Apr 18,Flint, MI, 410 E. Witherbee
35.IsidoreLande,head,house$6,000,radio,46[1884],m@25[1909],bRussia,FbRussia,Mb
Russia,spYiddish,imm1905,naturalized,literate,merchant-RetailHardware[9091]
36?Cb?D.Rose?C/b?D,wife,41[1889],m@20[1909],bRussia,FbRussia,MbRussia,spYiddish,imm1907.naturalized,literate
37.Ada R,daughter,20[1910],bIL,FbRussia,MbRussia,bookkeeper[6790]for father
38.Rebecca,daughter,19[1911],bIN,FbRussia,MbRussia,clerk[8370]for father
39.Herman,son,17[1913],bIN,FbRussia,MbRussia
40.Anna,daughter,12[1918],bMI
41.Sarah,daughter,11[1919],bMI
42.Miriam,daughter,5[1925],bMI
YES
YES

Census 1930, Apr 18,Flint, MI, 410 E. Witherbee
35.IsidoreLande,head,house$6,000,radio,46[1884],m@25[1909],bRussia,FbRussia,MbRussia,spYiddish,imm1905,naturalized,literate,
merchant-RetailHardware[9091]
36.Rose,wife,41[1889],m@20[1909],bRussia,FbRussia,MbRussia,spYiddish,
imm1907.naturalized,literate
37.Ada R,daughter,20[1910],bIL,FbRussia,MbRussia,bookkeeper[6790]for father
38.Rebecca,daughter,19[1911],bIN,FbRussia,MbRussia,clerk[8370]for father
39.Herman,son,17[1913],bIN,FbRussia,MbRussia
40.?Cb?DAnna?C/b?D,daughter,12[1918],bMI
41.Sarah,daughter,11[1919],bMI
42.Miriam,daughter,5[1925],bMI
YES
YES

Census 1930, Apr 18,Flint, MI, 410 E. Witherbee
35.IsidoreLande,head,house$6,000,radio,46[1884],m@25[1909],bRussia,FbRussia,MbRussia,spYiddish,imm1905,naturalized,
literate,merchant-RetailHardware[9091]
36.Rose,wife,41[1889],m@20[1909],bRussia,FbRussia,MbRussia,spYiddish,
imm1907.naturalized,literate
37.Ada R,daughter,20[1910],bIL,FbRussia,MbRussia,bookkeeper[6790]for father
38.Rebecca,daughter,19[1911],bIN,FbRussia,MbRussia,clerk[8370]for father
39.Herman,son,17[1913],bIN,FbRussia,MbRussia
40.?Cb?DAnna?C/b?D,daughter,12[1918],bMI
41.Sarah,daughter,11[1919],bMI
42.Miriam,daughter,5[1925],bMI
YES

Census 1930, Apr 18,Flint, MI, 410 E. Witherbee
35.IsidoreLande,head,house$6,000,radio,46[1884],m@25[1909],bRussia,FbRussia,MbRussia,spYiddish,imm1905,naturalized,literate,
merchant-RetailHardware[9091]
36.Rose,wife,41[1889],m@20[1909],bRussia,FbRussia,MbRussia,spYiddish,
imm1907.naturalized,literate
37.Ada R,daughter,20[1910],bIL,FbRussia,MbRussia,bookkeeper[6790]for father
38.Rebecca,daughter,19[1911],bIN,FbRussia,MbRussia,clerk[8370]for father
39.Herman,son,17[1913],bIN,FbRussia,MbRussia
40.Anna,daughter,12[1918],bMI
41.?Cb?DSarah?C/b?D,daughter,11[1919],bMI
42.Miriam,daughter,5[1925],bMI
YES
YES

Census 1930, Apr 18,Flint, MI, 410 E. Witherbee
35.IsidoreLande,head,house$6,000,radio,46[1884],m@25[1909],bRussia,FbRussia,MbRussia,spYiddish,imm1905,naturalized,
literate,merchant-RetailHardware[9091]
36.Rose,wife,41[1889],m@20[1909],bRussia,FbRussia,MbRussia,spYiddish,
imm1907.naturalized,literate
37.Ada R,daughter,20[1910],bIL,FbRussia,MbRussia,bookkeeper[6790]for father
38.Rebecca,daughter,19[1911],bIN,FbRussia,MbRussia,clerk[8370]for father
39.Herman,son,17[1913],bIN,FbRussia,MbRussia
40.Anna,daughter,12[1918],bMI
41.?Cb?DSarah?C/b?D,daughter,11[1919],bMI
42.Miriam,daughter,5[1925],bMI
YES

Census 1930, Apr 18,Flint, MI, 410 E. Witherbee
35.IsidoreLande,head,house$6,000,radio,46[1884],m@25[1909],bRussia,FbRussia,MbRussia,spYiddish,imm1905,naturalized,literate,
merchant-RetailHardware[9091]
36.Rose,wife,41[1889],m@20[1909],bRussia,FbRussia,MbRussia,spYiddish,
imm1907.naturalized,literate
37.Ada R,daughter,20[1910],bIL,FbRussia,MbRussia,bookkeeper[6790]for father
38.Rebecca,daughter,19[1911],bIN,FbRussia,MbRussia,clerk[8370]for father
39.?Cb?DHerman?C/b?D,son,17[1913],bIN,FbRussia,MbRussia
40.Anna,daughter,12[1918],bMI
41.Sarah,daughter,11[1919],bMI
42.Miriam,daughter,5[1925],bMI
YES
YES

Census 1930, Apr 18,Flint, MI, 410 E. Witherbee
35.IsidoreLande,head,house$6,000,radio,46[1884],m@25[1909],bRussia,FbRussia,
MbRussia,spYiddish,imm1905,naturalized,literate,
merchant-RetailHardware[9091]
36.Rose,wife,41[1889],m@20[1909],bRussia,FbRussia,MbRussia,spYiddish,
imm1907.naturalized,literate
37.Ada R,daughter,20[1910],bIL,FbRussia,MbRussia,bookkeeper[6790]for father
38.Rebecca,daughter,19[1911],bIN,FbRussia,MbRussia,clerk[8370]for father
39.?Cb?DHerman?C/b?D,son,17[1913],bIN,FbRussia,MbRussia
40.Anna,daughter,12[1918],bMI
41.Sarah,daughter,11[1919],bMI
42.Miriam,daughter,5[1925],bMI
YES

Census 1930, Apr 18,Flint, MI, 410 E. Witherbee
35.IsidoreLande,head,house$6,000,radio,46[1884],m@25[1909],bRussia,FbRussia,MbRussia,spYiddish,imm1905,naturalized,literate,
merchant-RetailHardware[9091]
36.Rose,wife,41[1889],m@20[1909],bRussia,FbRussia,MbRussia,spYiddish,
imm1907.naturalized,literate
37.Ada R,daughter,20[1910],bIL,FbRussia,MbRussia,bookkeeper[6790]for father
38.?Cb?DRebecca?C/b?D,daughter,19[1911],bIN,FbRussia,MbRussia,clerk[8370]for father
39.Herman,son,17[1913],bIN,FbRussia,MbRussia
40.Anna,daughter,12[1918],bMI
41.Sarah,daughter,11[1919],bMI
42.Miriam,daughter,5[1925],bMI
YES
YES

Census 1930, Apr 18,Flint, MI, 410 E. Witherbee
35.IsidoreLande,head,house$6,000,radio,46[1884],m@25[1909],bRussia,FbRussia,
MbRussia,spYiddish,imm1905,naturalized,
literate,merchant-RetailHardware[9091]
36.Rose,wife,41[1889],m@20[1909],bRussia,FbRussia,MbRussia,spYiddish,
imm1907.naturalized,literate
37.Ada R,daughter,20[1910],bIL,FbRussia,MbRussia,bookkeeper[6790]for father
38.?Cb?DRebecca?C/b?D,daughter,19[1911],bIN,FbRussia,MbRussia,clerk[8370]for father
39.Herman,son,17[1913],bIN,FbRussia,MbRussia
40.Anna,daughter,12[1918],bMI
41.Sarah,daughter,11[1919],bMI
42.Miriam,daughter,5[1925],bMI
YES
YES

Census 1930, Apr 18,Flint, MI, 410 E. Witherbee
35.IsidoreLande,head,house$6,000,radio,46[1884],m@25[1909],bRussia,FbRussia,MbRussia,spYiddish,imm1905,naturalized,
literate,merchant-RetailHardware[9091]
36.Rose,wife,41[1889],m@20[1909],bRussia,FbRussia,MbRussia,spYiddish,
imm1907.naturalized,literate
37.Ada R,daughter,20[1910],bIL,FbRussia,MbRussia,bookkeeper[6790]for father
38.?Cb?DRebecca?C/b?D,daughter,19[1911],bIN,FbRussia,MbRussia,clerk[8370]for father
39.Herman,son,17[1913],bIN,FbRussia,MbRussia
40.Anna,daughter,12[1918],bMI
41.Sarah,daughter,11[1919],bMI
42.Miriam,daughter,5[1925],bMI
YES

Census 1930, Apr 18,Flint, MI, 410 E. Witherbee
35.IsidoreLande,head,house$6,000,radio,46[1884],m@25[1909],bRussia,FbRussia,MbRussia,spYiddish,imm1905,naturalized,literate,
merchant-RetailHardware[9091]
36.Rose,wife,41[1889],m@20[1909],bRussia,FbRussia,MbRussia,spYiddish,
imm1907.naturalized,literate
37.Ada R,daughter,20[1910],bIL,FbRussia,MbRussia,bookkeeper[6790]for father
38.Rebecca,daughter,19[1911],bIN,FbRussia,MbRussia,clerk[8370]for father
39.Herman,son,17[1913],bIN,FbRussia,MbRussia
40.Anna,daughter,12[1918],bMI
41.Sarah,daughter,11[1919],bMI
42.?Cb?DMiriam?C/b?D,daughter,5[1925],bMI
YES
YES

Census 1930, Apr 18,Flint, MI, 410 E. Witherbee
35.IsidoreLande,head,house$6,000,radio,46[1884],m@25[1909],bRussia,FbRussia,MbRussia,spYiddish,imm1905,naturalized,
literate,merchant-RetailHardware[9091]
36.Rose,wife,41[1889],m@20[1909],bRussia,FbRussia,MbRussia,spYiddish,
imm1907.naturalized,literate
37.Ada R,daughter,20[1910],bIL,FbRussia,MbRussia,bookkeeper[6790]for father
38.Rebecca,daughter,19[1911],bIN,FbRussia,MbRussia,clerk[8370]for father
39.Herman,son,17[1913],bIN,FbRussia,MbRussia
40.Anna,daughter,12[1918],bMI
41.Sarah,daughter,11[1919],bMI
42.?Cb?DMiriam?C/b?D,daughter,5[1925],bMI
YES

Census 1930, Apr 18,Flint, MI, 410 E. Witherbee
35.IsidoreLande,head,house$6,000,radio,46[1884],m@25[1909],bRussia,FbRussia,MbRussia,spYiddish,imm1905,naturalized,literate,
merchant-RetailHardware[9091]
36.Rose,wife,41[1889],m@20[1909],bRussia,FbRussia,MbRussia,spYiddish,
imm1907.naturalized,literate
37.?Cb?DAda ?C/b?DR,daughter,20[1910],bIL,FbRussia,MbRussia,bookkeeper[6790]for father
38.Rebecca,daughter,19[1911],bIN,FbRussia,MbRussia,clerk[8370]for father
39.Herman,son,17[1913],bIN,FbRussia,MbRussia
40.Anna,daughter,12[1918],bMI
41.Sarah,daughter,11[1919],bMI
42.Miriam,daughter,5[1925],bMI
YES
YES

Census 1930, Apr 18,Flint, MI, 410 E. Witherbee
35.IsidoreLande,head,house$6,000,radio,46[1884],m@25[1909],bRussia,FbRussia,MbRussia,spYiddish,imm1905,naturalized,
literate,merchant-RetailHardware[9091]
36.Rose,wife,41[1889],m@20[1909],bRussia,FbRussia,MbRussia,
spYiddish,imm1907.naturalized,literate
37.?Cb?DAda?C/b?D R,daughter,20[1910],bIL,FbRussia,MbRussia,bookkeeper[6790]for father
38.Rebecca,daughter,19[1911],bIN,FbRussia,MbRussia,clerk[8370]for father
39.Herman,son,17[1913],bIN,FbRussia,MbRussia
40.Anna,daughter,12[1918],bMI
41.Sarah,daughter,11[1919],bMI
42.Miriam,daughter,5[1925],bMI
YES

Census 1930, Apr 18,Flint, MI, 410 E. Witherbee
35.IsidoreLande,head,house$6,000,radio,46[1884],m@25[1909],bRussia,
FbRussia,MbRussia,spYiddish,imm1905,naturalized,literate,
merchant-RetailHardware[9091]
36.Rose,wife,41[1889],m@20[1909],bRussia,FbRussia,MbRussia,spYiddish,i
mm1907.naturalized,literate
37.?Cb?DAda ?C/b?DR,daughter,20[1910],bIL,FbRussia,MbRussia,bookkeeper[6790]for father
38.Rebecca,daughter,19[1911],bIN,FbRussia,MbRussia,clerk[8370]for father
39.Herman,son,17[1913],bIN,FbRussia,MbRussia
40.Anna,daughter,12[1918],bMI
41.Sarah,daughter,11[1919],bMI
42.Miriam,daughter,5[1925],bMI
YES

Census 1930, Apr 18,Flint, MI, 410 E. Witherbee
35.IsidoreLande,head,house$6,000,radio,46[1884],m@25[1909],bRussia,FbRussia,MbRussia,spYiddish,imm1905,naturalized,
literate,merchant-RetailHardware[9091]
36.?Cb?DRose?C/b?D,wife,41[1889],m@20[1909],bRussia,FbRussia,MbRussia,spYiddish,
imm1907.naturalized,literate
37.Ada R,daughter,20[1910],bIL,FbRussia,MbRussia,bookkeeper[6790]for father
38.Rebecca,daughter,19[1911],bIN,FbRussia,MbRussia,clerk[8370]for father
39.Herman,son,17[1913],bIN,FbRussia,MbRussia
40.Anna,daughter,12[1918],bMI
41.Sarah,daughter,11[1919],bMI
42.Miriam,daughter,5[1925],bMI
YES
3703. “Flint Journal,” Michigan. Flint., Y, Y.
Share, Dr. Joseph - 24061 Geneva, Oak Park Michigan, age 34, died Tuesday, November 9, 1971, in Oak Park. Funeral services were held 1 PM today at the Hebrew Memorial Chapel, Oak Park. Interment in Mactalah Cemetery on Woodward, Detroit. Dr. Share was born in Detroit and had lived in Flint most of his life. He attended Fint Public Schools, was a graduate of Michigan State University and Kansas School of Osteopathy. Surviving are: Wife, Diane (Nadel); 3 children Alan, Rachael and Miriam; mother, Mrs. Ada Share of Filnt; mother-in-law, Mrs. Lena Nadel of Flint.

YES
YES
3704. “Flint Journal,” Michigan. Flint., Y, Y.
Schwartz, Dr. Julius D. - 1714 E. Second St., Flint, age 63, died Thursday, February 1, 1968 at Flint General Hospital. Funeral services will be held at 10 AM Monday at St. Matthew Catholic Church, Rev. Fr. Ambrose Godsil officiating. Burial in New Calvary Cemetery. Body will be at the Algoe Funderal Home, 703 Beach St. Parish Rosary will be recited at 8 PM Sunday. Suggested visiting hours: 3 to 5 PM and 7 to 9 PM. Dr. Schwartz was born in Brooklyn, New York, September 23, 1904, the son of George and Marie Schwartz and had been a resident of Flint for 56 years. He was an Osteopathic physician and practiced at 3433 Fenton Rd., Flint for 27 years. Dr. Schwartz was a graduate of the University of Michigan and the Kansas City School of Osteopathy. He was a member of the Michigan and the American Osteopathic Associations and the Elks Lodge No 222. Surviving are: wife, Bertha A. 2 daughters; Mrs Norman (Monica) Dively of Flushing and Miss Mary Angela Schwartz at home; 1 granddaughter, Lisa Marie Dively; 3 Sisters, Mrs. Sam (Lillian) Brown of Kansas City, Missouri, Mrs. Ida Levine of Los Angeles, California, and Mrs Birdie Grossman of Portland, Oregon; several nieces and nephews.

YES
YES
3705. “ Schneider Meizlish,” Michigan. Flint., Y, Y.
Schneider Meizlish, Karen Fae - age 67, died Tuesday, April 28, 2009 at Avalon Hospice. Services will be held 11 AM Friday, May 1, 2009 at Sharp Funeral Homes, Miller Rozd Chapel, 8138 Miller Rd., Swartz Creek with Rabbi Yisroel Weingarten and Rabbi Karen Companez officiating. Interment will Follow at Machpelah Cemetery in Flint. She was born November 11, 1941 in Detroit, Michigan and was the loving daughter of Sylvia and Al Schneider. She graduated from Detroit's Mumford High School and went on to earn degrees from Wayne State, The University of Wisconsin-Madison and the University of Michigan. She was a social worker, teacher, and speech pathologiest in public schools in Michigan and California. In 2002 , while on a tour of Eastern Europe, she met her husband, Leonard Meizlish. She moved to Flint and became an integral part of the Flint Jewish Comunity. She was a member of both Congregation Beth Israel and Temple Beth El. She served on the boards of the Flint Jewish Federation and Jewish Community Services. She was instrumental in bringing the Jewish Film Festival to Flint. She is survived by her husband, Leornard Meizlish; brother and sister-in-law, Michael and Ruth Schneider; nephew, Benjamin Schneider; neice Rebecca Schneider (Trevor O'Reilly); great-nephew, Liam; step-daughters, Andrea Meizlish and Deborah Meizlish (Josh Botkin); grandchildren, Jonah and Benjamin. She is also survived by many cousins and friends. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to Congregation Beth Israel, Temple Beth El, Chabad House of Eastern Michigan, the Flint Jewish Federation or a charity of your choice. May her membory be for a blessing. Friends may share an online tribute on the obituaries page of www.sharpfuneralhomes.com.

YES
YES
3710. “Machpelah (Flint, Genesee, Michigan). Grave markers.,” Y, Y.
Kaufman, Devoted Husband, Loving Father, Caring Grandfather, Lewis D., Feb. 20, 1913 - Dec. 28, 1983

YES
YES
3711. “Flint Journal,” Michigan. Flint.
Kaufman, Dr. Lewis D. - G-3100 Miller Road, age 70, died Wednesday, December 28, 1983, at West Virginia University Hospital, Morgantown, West Virginia. Graveside services will be held at 2 PM Friday at Machpelah Cemetery, Rabbi Gerald Schuster officiating. Dr. Kaufman was born in Jacksonville, Florida, February 20, 1913 and had been a lifelong resident of Flint. He graduated from Flint schools and the University of Michigan Medical School. He was a member of Genesee County Medical Society, Michigan Medical Society and American Medical Society, member of Temple Beth El, a physician in Flint for 46 years, retiring on March 1, 1983. He servied in World War II and was the first doctor to volunteer from Flint in the service, serving in the Pacific Theater on Saipan. He was twice donor to the Flint College and Cultural Center and also was on the Board of Trustees. He contributed to the Chapel at Temple Beth El of Flint. On October on 1983, Dr. Kaufman contributed a Medical Library at Israel Medical Society which ws built in Jerusalem. Surviving are: wife, Stella; son and daughter-in-law, Dr. Howard Kaufman, formerly on the medical staff at Texas Medical Center, Houston, Texas and presently on the medical staff at West Virginia University Hospital, Morgantown, West Virginia, and his wife Romaine, 2 grandsons, Ezekiel and Zachary; sister, Mrs Lillian Block of Scottsdale, Arizona; brother, Dr. Fred Kaufman of Portland, Oregon; nieces and nephews.

YES
YES
3712. “Machpelah (Flint, Genesee, Michigan). Grave markers.,” Y, Y.
Beloved Husband and Father, Louis S. Lande, Apr. 15, 1885 - July 14, 1968

YES
YES
3713. “Flint Journal,” Michigan. Flint.
Lande, Louis S. - Desert Hot Springs, California, age 82, died Sunday, July 14, 1968, at St. Josephs Hospital. Funeral services will be held at 11 AM Tuesday at Mt. Vernon Chapel, Brown Funeral Home, Rabbi Wililam Greenebaum officiating. Burial in Machpelah Cemetery. Mr. Lande will lie in state at Mt. Venon Chapel, Brown Funeral Home, 1616 Davison Road. He was born in Russia, April 15, 1885, and had been a resident of Flint for 40 years and California the last 15 years. Mr. Lande was a member of Beth Israel and founder and past president of Beth Israel, a member of Kiwanis Bay City Consistory, AASR, Elf Khurafeh Shrine and active in many civic and Jewish philanthropic organizations. He was owner of Lande Iron and Metal Comapny, founded in 1915. His Father, Hirschel Lande, was one of the first rabbis to officiate at religious services in Flint. Surviving are: 3 sons, William of Flint, Jack and Alex, both of Los Angeles; 4 daughters, Mrs Louis (Kathryn) Haas of Owosso, Mrs. Meyer (Sarah) Dritch of Tulsa, Oklahoma, Mrs. Edward (Edith) Siegel, Mrs. Lewis (Stella) Kaufman, both of Flint: sister, Mrs. Philip Cohen of San Francisco; brother, Mr. Sam Lande of Flint; 5 grandchildren, 4 great-grandchildren.

YES
YES
3714. “Birth Certificates.,” United States. Michigan., Y, Y.
YES
YES
3715. “Michigan,Flint,MaxSchwartz,DeclarationIntention,” Michigan. Genesee., Y, Y, Archives of Michigan, Archives of Michigan702 W Kalamazoo StPO Box 30740Lansing, MI 48909-8240Archives of Michigan702 W Kalamazoo StPO Box 30740LansingMI48909-8240, 517 373-1408, www.michiganhistory.org.
YES
YES
3716. “Flint Journal,” Michigan. Flint., Y, Y.
Goldberg, Mildred (Fishler). Age 85, of Flint, died Monday, June 7, 1999. Funderal services will be held 1PM Tuesday, June 8, 1999 at Sharp Funderal Homes, Miller Road Chapel, 8138 Miller Rd., Swartz Creek. Rabbi James Michaels officiating. Burial in Machpelah Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, those desiring may make contributions to the charity of one'ss choice. Mildred was born May 4, 1914 in Poland. Orphaned at age 7 when her father and mother were killed during WW I, she was brought over to the U. S. by her great uncles Max and Louis Lebster. She was raised by her aunt, Regina Salzinger. Mrs. Goldberg was a graduate of The Unviersity of Michigan, Ann Aarbor and taught school at Jefferson. She was a ;member of Congregation Beth Israel, Sisterhood and Hadassah. She taught in the Hebrew school for a number of years. Surviving are: loving husband of nearly 61 years, William; 3 daughters, Susan and husband Dr. Ruben Wisnudel, Ellen and husband Aron Rolnitzky, Karen and husband Dr. Stewart Kupetz; 5 grandchildren, Jeffrey, Jennifer, David, Brian, and Joshua. She was preceded in death by her grandson, Robert.

YES
YES
3717. “Services Set for M. B. Dively,” Michigan. Flint., Y, Y.
Services set for M.B. Dively. Services for Monica B. Dively, an employee of the Flint School District, will be at 10 a.m. Wednesday at St. Matthew Catholic Church in Flint. Dively, 44, died Friday at St. Joseph Hospital. Burial will be in New Calvary. A vigil service is planned for 7 p.m. Tuesday at Dodds-Dumanois Co., 901 Garland. Memorial contributions are being made to the American Lung Association. Dively was a half-time clerk in the district's Office of Public Information and Communication in 1974. She left the district in 1981 and worked for a year as an administrative assistant for the National Center for Community Education. In September 1986, she returned to work with the Flint schools as a parent coordinator for the Head Start Program, a post she held until this year when she was assigned as a teacher aide in reading at Washington Elementary School. Recently, she worked part-time in the Offices of Community Educaion Programs and Services and Community Relations. She attended Mott Community College and had a bachelors's degree form the University of Michigan, where she majored in psychology. Surviving are a daughter, Lisa Dively, of Flint; and a sister, Mary Ann Schwartz, of Ann Arbor.

YES
YES
3718. “US Citizenshipo and Immigration Services, Genealogy Program, US Department of Homeland Security.,” Michigan, Y, Y.
YES
YES
3719. “Michigan,Flint,MorrisFeldman,PetitionNaturalization,DeclarationIntention,” Michigan. Genesee., Y, Y, Archives of Michigan, Archives of Michigan702 W KalamazooPO Box 30740Lansing, MI 48909-8240Archives of Michigan702 W KalamazooPO Box 30740LansingMI48909-8240, 517 373-1408, www.michiganhistory.org.
YES
YES
3720. “Machpelah (Flint, Genesee, Michigan). Grave markers.,” Y, Y.
Meizlish, Beloved Wife & Mother, Naomi Ruth, Sept 22, 1937 - Mar 25 1987

YES
YES
3721. “Flint Journal,” Michigan. Flint., Y, Y.
Meizlish, Naomi Ruth - Age 49, died Maarch 25, 1987 at Hurley Medical Center. Funeral services will be held 10 AM Thursday., Brown Funeral Home, 1616 Davison Rd., Rabbi Paul Stephen Reis and Rabbi Gerald H. Schuster officiating. Internment, Machpelah Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to Congregation Beth Israel, Temple Beth El, Hurley Oncology Service or charity of your choice. Shiva will be observed at the residence. Mrs. Meizlish was born in Flint, September 22, 1937. She was a member of Congregation Beth Israel and Beth Israel Sisterhood. She wa a member of National Business Teachers Assooc., MEA, and she taught school at Central High School and Mott Adult High School for over 20 years. Surviving are: husband, Leonard; 2 daughters, Deborah and Andrea, both at home; parents, William and Grace Lande; brother and sister-in-law, Dennis and Dianna Lande, all of Flint; brother-in-law and sister-in-law, Sheldon and Alda Meizlish of Detroit; father-in-law, Max Meizlish of Southfield; aunts and uncles, nieces and nephews and cousins.

YES
YES
3722. “Flint Journal,” Michigan. Flint.
Lande, Patty - Age 75, of Flint, died Sunday November 9, 1997 at Kith Haven. Patty was born March 16, 1922, the daughter of Samuel and Della (Simon) Lande. She is survived by sisters, Dorris Bombel and Betty & (Marvin) Heidenrich; nieces, Martha Bombel, Diana & (Philip) Sherman; nephews, Stuart & (Jill) Bombel and Lewis & (Roxaanne) Heidenrich; great nieces and nephews, Louis Whitesman, David Heidenrich, Albert Benjamin Sherman and Sarah Rose Sherman. Arrangements by Brown Funeral Home, 1616 Davison Rd.

YES
YES
3723. “Flint Journal,” Michigan. Flint., Y, Y.
Lande, Rebecca - 809 S. Ballenger, age 66, died Wednesday, April 6, 1977 at Beverly Manor Convalescent Home. Funeral services will be held at 1 PM Thursday at Groves and Co. Memorial Chapel, Garland at 3rd Ave. Rabbi Judah Fish officiating. Burial in Machpelah Cemetery. Miss Lande was born in Ft. Wayne, Indiana, September 4, 1910, daughter of Isadore and Rose Lande. She had been a resident of Flint for the last 61 years. She was a member of Congregation Beth Israel, a bookkeeper, retiring from Allsports in 1975. Surviving are: 4 sisters, Mrs. Ada L. Share of Flint, Mrs. Charles (Anne) Weinstein of Flint, Mrs. Philip (Sara) Stekolll of Oklahoma and Mrs. Bernard J. Marian) Frankenstein, of Indiana; several nieces and nephews. Arrangements by Groves Funeral Home.

YES
YES
3724. “Flint Journal,” Michigan. Flint., Y, Y.
Wisnudel, Robert J. - Age 27 of Flint Twp., died Tuesday, May 6, 1997 at Hurley Medical Center. Private Funeral Service has taken place. Those desiring may make contributios to the chairyt of ones choice. Robert was born in Flint April 17, 1970, the son of Dr. Ruben and Susan (Goldberg) Wisnudel and had lived in Flint his entire life. He attended Carman Schools. Robert was employed by Wolf Iron and Metal Comapny. Surviving are parents, Dr. Ruben and Susan Wisnudel of Flint Twp.; 1 brother Jeffrey Wisnudel of Ventura, CA, grandparents, William and Mildred Goldberg of Flint; several aunts, uncles and cousins.

YES
YES
3725. “Machpelah (Flint, Genesee, Michigan). Grave markers.,” Y, Y.
Beloved Wife and Mother Sadie Lande, Oct. 15, 1886 - Mar. 5, 1956

YES
YES
3726. “Flint Journal,” Michigan. Flint., Y, Y.
Lande - Sadie Lande, 410 W. Jackson, age 70, died Monday, March 5, 1956, at St. Joseph Hospital. Funeral services will be held at 10:30 AM Wednesday, March 7, 1956, from Groves & Co. Memorial Chapel, Garland at Third Ave., Rabbi Philip Kieval officiating. Burial in Machpelah Cemeter. Mrs. Lande will lie in state at Groves & Co. Memorial Chapel. Death was due to complications following a short illnesss. She was the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Solman Krieberg. She lived in Flint for the last 50 years, came to Flint from Chicago, Illinois. She was a memeber of Congregation Beth Israel and Beth Israel Sisterhhood and Flint Chapter of Hadassah. Mrs. Lande was a co-founder of Beth Israel Sisterhood. Surviving are: Husband, Louis Lande; 4 dauthers, Mrs. Louis Haas of Owosso, Mich., Mrs. Meyer Dritch of Tulsa, Oklahoma, Mrs Edward Seigel of Flint, Mrs. Louis Kaufman of Flint; 3 sons, William Lande of Flint, Jack Lande of Los Angles, California, formerly of Flint and Clio, Alex Lande of Los Angels, California; 5 grandchildren; 2 great-grandchildren.

YES
YES
3727. “Flint Journal,” Michigan. Flint., Y, Y.
Goldberg - Sam Goldberg, 151 E. Moore St., age 54, died Wednesday, August 18, 1948, at Harper Hospital, Detroit. Funeral Services will be held at 3:30 PM Thrusday, August 19, 1948, from the Groves & Co. Fneral Home, Saginaw at Fifth Ave., Rabbi Jacob Hurwitz officiating. Burial in Jewish Cemetery. Remains will be at Goves & Co. Funeral Home, Saginaw at Fifth Ave. Death was due to complications after an illness of 15 months. He was born in Russia, July 15, 1894. Lived in Flint last 30 years. Member of the Congreagation Beth Israel. Owned and operated the Michigan Furniture Co. Surviving are: Wife Goldie, 4 sons, Willliam of Flint, Edward, Clarence and Sydney, all of Owosso, 3 grandchildren.

YES
YES
3728. “Flint Journal,” Michigan. Flint., Y, Y.
Lande, Sam (Carload Sam) - 3415 Santa Cruz Dr., age 80, died October 17, 1977, at Kith Haven. Funeral services were held at 11 AM today at the Reigel Funeral Home, Sunset Chapel, Rabbi Gerald Schuster officiating. Mr. Lande wa a life member of Flint Lodge No. 23 F & AM; Bay City Consistory, BPOE No. 222, South Flint Kiwannis Club, Elf Khurafeh Shrine, and Temple Beth El. He was founder of Carload Sam's Flint Furniture Market from 1939 to 1965. He had been a Flint businessman for 50 years. Surviving are: wife, Della; 3 daughters, Mrs. Ben (Doris) Bombel of Flint, Mrs. Marvin (bette) Heidenrich of Flint; Miss Patty Lande of Flint; 4 grandchildren; sister, Sarah June Cohen of California.

YES
YES
3729. “1930 U.S. census, Ancestry.com, Digital images,” Michigan, Genesee, http://www.ancestry.com: National Archives and Records Administration, 2002, Y, Y.
Census 1930, Flint, 415 Welch Blvd
50.?Cb?DSam?C/b?DLande,head,own$12,500,radio,32[1898],m@22[1920],literate,bIL,FbRussia,MbRussia,spEng,merchant - furniture(8991),emp
51.Della,wife,30[1900],m@20,literate,bCanada,FbRussia,MbRussia,imm1903,
naturalized,spEng
52.Patricia,daughter,8[1922],bMI,FbIL,MbCanada
53.Dorce H.,daughter,10/12[1929],bMI,FbIL,MbCanada
YES
YES

Census 1930, Flint, 415 Welch Blvd
50.SamLande,head,own$12,500,radio,32[1898],m@22[1920],literate,bIL,FbRussia,
MbRussia,spEng,merchant - furniture(8991),emp
51?Cb?D.Della?C/b?D,wife,30[1900],m@20,literate,bCanada,FbRussia,MbRussia,imm1903,
naturalized,spEng
52.Patricia,daughter,8[1922],bMI,FbIL,MbCanada
53.Dorce H.,daughter,10/12[1929],bMI,FbIL,MbCanada
YES
YES

Census 1930, Flint, 415 Welch Blvd
50.SamLande,head,own$12,500,radio,32[1898],m@22[1920],literate,bIL,FbRussia,
MbRussia,spEng,merchant - furniture(8991),emp
51?Cb?D.?C/b?DDella,wife,30[1900],m@20,literate,bCanada,FbRussia,MbRussia,imm1903,
naturalized,spEng
52.Patricia,daughter,8[1922],bMI,FbIL,MbCanada
53.?Cb?DDorce?C/b?D H.,daughter,10/12[1929],bMI,FbIL,MbCanada
YES
YES

Census 1930, Flint, 415 Welch Blvd
50.SamLande,head,own$12,500,radio,32[1898],m@22[1920],literate,bIL,FbRussia,
MbRussia,spEng,merchant - furniture(8991),emp
51?Cb?D.?C/b?DDella,wife,30[1900],m@20,literate,bCanada,FbRussia,MbRussia,imm1903,
naturalized,spEng
52.?Cb?DPatricia?C/b?D,daughter,8[1922],bMI,FbIL,MbCanada
53.Dorce H.,daughter,10/12[1929],bMI,FbIL,MbCanada
YES
YES

Census 1930, Flint, 415 Welch Blvd
50.SamLande,head,own$12,500,radio,32[1898],m@22[1920],literate,bIL,FbRussia,
MbRussia,spEng,merchant - furniture(8991),emp
51.?Cb?DDella?C/b?D,wife,30[1900],m@20,literate,bCanada,FbRussia,MbRussia,imm1903,
naturalized,spEng
52.Patricia,daughter,8[1922],bMI,FbIL,MbCanada
53.Dorce H.,daughter,10/12[1929],bMI,FbIL,MbCanada
YES
3730. “Machpelah (Flint, Genesee, Michigan). Grave markers.,” Y, Y.
Kaufman, Devoted Wife, Loving Mother, Caring Grandmother, Stella, June 28, 1914 - Feb. 15, 2006, Committed Citizen

YES
YES
3731. “Flint Journal,” Michigan. Flint., Y, Y.
Kaufman, Stella Lande - Age 91, formerly of Flint, died Wednesday, February 15, 2006. Graveside services were held at 2 PM Friday, February 17, 2006 at Machpelah Cemetery. Mrs. Kaufman graduated from the University of Michigan. She was a loving mother, grandmnother and wife. Mrs Kaufman was active in the Medical Auxiliary and Interfaith Women's activities. Survivors include, son, Howard Kaufman and daughter-in-law Romaine; grandson, Ezekiel and granddaughter-in-law C.J.; and grandson, Zachary. She was preceded in death by her husband, Dr. Louis Kaufman.

YES
YES
3732. “ Flint Journal,” Michigan. Flint., http://obits.mlive.com/obituaries/flint: 18 Apr 2010, Y, Y.
YES
YES

Weston, Aaron. Nov 3 1928 - Aug 7, 2010. Aaron Weton, 81, of Sarasota died Aug. 7, 2010. A memorial service will be at 11 a.m.Wednesday at Toale Brothers Funeral Home, Colonial Chapel. Mr. Weston was born November 3, 1928, in Flint, Mich., the son of Morris and Anna Weinstein. He was preceded in death by his brothers, David Weston and Charles Weinstein, and his first wife, Joyce Golobe Weston. He was married to his beloved wife, Anita Sorscher Weston, for 30 years. Mr. Weston enjoyed varied careers, managing M&S Bottling Company, tax attorney and financial advisor affiliated with Morgan Stanley and UBS. He was an avid golfer and community leader; loved people, movies and restaraunts, and was much loved by family and friends. He is survived by his wife, Anita, children Annette (Wes) Arrington, Mark (Gail) Weston, Barbara (Neal) White, Jim (Barabaraa) Weston, David (Kathleen) Sorscher, Michael (Holly) Sorscher and Jon Sorscher; and grandchildren Charlotte, Stacey (Dan), Erin, Sara, David, Hannah, Nick, Sam, Jake, Austina and Daniel. Contriubutions may be made to Flint Junior Golf Association or Sarasota Memorial Hospital.
YES
YES
3733. “Flint Journal,” Michigan. Flint., Y, Y.
Goldberg, William - Age 92, of Flint, died Friday, December 26, 2003 at McLaren Regional Medical Center. Services will be held at Sharp Funeral Homes, Miller Road Chapel, 8138 Miller Rd. Swartz Creek with Rabbi Karen Companez officiating. Internment in Machpelah Cemetery, Flint. The family be sit Shiva at 7 PM Sunday evening at the Godlberg Residence. In lieu of flowers, those desiring may make memorial contributions to Temple Beth El, Congregation Beth Israel, or the charity of one's choice. Mr. Goldberg was born August 31, 1911 of Chicago, IL, the son of Sam and Ida Goldberg. Mr. Goldberg graduated from Flint Northern High School and received his Law Degree from Wayne State University. He retired in 1992 after 56 years of private law practice. He was a lifetime memeber of the Genesee County Bar Association and the Michigan State Bar Association. He was very active and a past president of the South Flint Kiwanis Club, former member of the Elks Club, member of the Masons, Past President of the Flint Chapter of Wayne State University Alumni Association, Past Commander of the Jewish War Veterans - Flint Post. Mr. Goldberg was a veteran of World War II serving in the Judge Advocate's Office in the U.S. Army. He was the Chairman of the Congregation Beth Israel's Board of Education and served many years on the Machpelah Cemetery Committee. He was a very active member of the Senior Friendship Club of the Flint Jewish Federation and was very active in the Democratic Party at a local level. Surviving are: three children, Susan and husband, Dr. Ruben Wisnudel of Flint, Ellen and husband, Aron Rolnitzky of MN, Karen and husband, Dr. Stewart Kupetz of CA; five grand children, Jeff Wisnudel of CA, Jennifer and Brian Kupetz of CA, David Rolnitzky of CA, Joshua Rolnitzky of MN; brother, Sidney Goldberg of CA; sister-in-law, Pauline Fishler of Flint, Anne Goldberg of CA; numerous nieces, nephews and cousins. He was preceded in deah by his wife of 60 years, Mildred Goldberg; two brothers, Clarence and Edward Goldberg; grandson, Robert Wisnudel.

YES
YES
3734. “Machpelah (Flint, Genesee, Michigan). Grave markers.,” Y, Y.
Lande, Beloved Husband, Father & Grandfather, William, Mar. 17, 1906 - Jan. 18, 1989

YES
YES
3735. “"Michigan Deaths, 1971 - 1996," database, Ancestry.com ?,” Michigan Department of Vital and Health Records, (http://www.Ancestry.com : 1968), Y, Y.
William Lande, birth 17 Mar 1906, death 18 Jan 1989,residence Flint, MI, death @ Flint, MI
YES
YES
3736. “Flint Journal,” Michigan. Flint., Y, Y.
Lande, William - Age 82, died January 18, 1989 at McLaren Hospital. Funeral services will be held 12 noon Friday, January 20, 1989 from the Brown Funeral Home, 1616 Davison Rd., Rabbi Paul Reis officiating. Interment at Machpelah Cemetry. Shiva will be obsrerved at the residence of Dennis Lande Sunday through Tuesday. Mr. Lande was born in Chicago, Illinois on March 17, 1906 and had lived in Flint over 50 years. He was a member of Congregation Beth Israel and Temple Beth El. He was a member of NARFE, B'nai B'rith, a life member of the Elks. He was a member of the American Contract Bridege League and the University of Michigan Club. He was employed by the U.S. Treasury, retiring in 1965. Surviving are wife Grace, son and daughter-in-law, Dannis and Dianna of Flint, son-in-law, Leonard Meizlish of Flint; 2 sisters, Stella Kaufman of Ann Arbor, Sarah Dritch of Tulsa, Oklahoma; brother, Jack Lande of Palm Springs, California, 6 grandchildren; 4 great grandchildren. He was preceded in death by daughter Naomi Meizlish in 1987.

YES
YES
3737. “Argus-Press,” Michigan. Owosso., Y, Y.
Louis Haas Succumbs In Detroit. Owosso businessman and civic leader died Saturday night at Henry Ford Hospital in Detorit at the age of 68. Mr. Haas, who lived at 1119 Buckley Dr. had been ill for the past six weeks. Death was attributed to a heart condition. Funeral services are to be at 1 PM Tuesday at Scarletts Funeral Home with Rabbi Morton Applebaum of Temple Israel of Akron officiating. Burial is to be in Flint Memorial Park. The family requested that memorials be made to the Schiawassee Heart Assn. Mr. Haas was the founder and owner of Owosso Iron and Metal Co. and although a native of Ohio, lived most of his life here. He was born June 11, 1898 in Lorain, Ohio, the son of Issac and Bess Haas. He attended Western Reserve University in Cleveland. He married the former Kathryn Lande in Flint Dec. 1, 1929. He was a member of Temple Beth-El. Mr. Haas was active in Masonic bodies and was a member of Owosso Blue Lodge, Royal Arch Masons, Bay City Consistory and Elf Khurfeh Shrine Temple. He was also a member of the Elks, the City Club and gthe Country Club. Mr. Haas had served as a director of the Owosso Area Chamber of Commerce and was affiliated with the Rotary Club, the YMCA and the Red Cross and numerous other civic organizations. Suvivors include: his wife; a daughter, Mrs. S.A. (Bernice) Behrmann; two sisters, Mrs. Lillian Schwartz of Flint, formerly of Owosso, and Mrs. Mary Moss of Miami; a brother, Abe A. Haas of Los Angeles, and four grandsons. His parents and a brother preceded him in death.

YES
YES
3738. “MichiganBayCountyCaplanCharlesDeclIntent,” Michigan. Bay County., Y, Y.
YES
YES
3739. “MichiganBayCountyCaplanCharlesPetitionNaturalization,” Michigan. Bay County., Y, Y.
YES
YES
3740. “ Michigan Courts.,” Supreme Court of Michigan, http://www.courts.michigan.gov/supremecourt, Y, Y.
YES
YES
3741. “1940 U.S. census, Ancestry.com, Digital images,” Michigan, Genesee, http://www.ancestry.com: National Archives and Records Administration, 2012, Y, Y.
1940 Federal Cesnsus, Clio, Michigan. April 25. 23 Griffxs St.
11. Lande,Jack,bIL,29,1935liveAnnArbor,1939
ProsecutingAttn,work52wk,72h/wk,$2,400.
12. Bessie,bMI,28,1935liveFlint,Housewife.

YES
3742. “Detroit Jewish News,” Michigan. Detroit., Y, Y.
YES
YES
3744. “Marriage Certificates. Genesee County Clerk, Flint.,” Michigan. Genesee., Y, Y.
YES
YES
3745. “database, Flint Journal,” (8 Oct 2012), Y, Y.
Baum, Arthur B. Age 77, of Mt. Morris died Sunday, October 7, 2012 at Fostrian Court Assisted Living. Mr. Baum was born June 7, 1935 in Owosso the son of Nathan and Lillian Baum. He served his country with the U.S. Marines during the Korean War and was a member of American Legion post 0366. Arthur worked for Chevrolet Metal Fab retiring in 1996. In 1963 Arthur married Dorothy Hodge and she survives him. Also surviving are his son, David (Michelle) Baum; grandson, Matthew Baum; brothers, Joseph and Steven; sister, Sandra Baum. Mr. Baum was preceded in death by his parents. Friends may visit the family from 6 to 8 p.m. Wednesday at Reigle Funeral Home. The funeral sevice will be 8 a.m. Thursday, October 18, 2012 at the funeral home. Mr. Chuck Robbins will officiate. Burial will follow at Great Lakes National Cemetery. Share your condolences witht the family at www.reiglefuneralhome.com.

YES
3746. “1920 U.S. census, Ancestry.com, Digital images,” Michigan, Genesee, www.ancestry.com: National Archives and Records Administration, n.d., Y, Y.
YES
YES
3747. “1930 U.S. census, Ancestry.com, Digital images,” Michigan, Genesee, http://ancestry.com: National Archives and Records Administration, n.d., Y, Y.
YES
YES
3748. “1940 U.S. census, Ancestry.com, Digital images,” Michigan, Genesee, http://www.ancestry.com: National Archives and Records Administration, 2012, Y, Y.
1940 Federal Census, Flint, Michigan, April 29, 613 Clifford St.
7. SiegelEdward,40,bNY,6gr,bNewYork.
LivedSame1935,SeekingWork,Work52wk,
ProprietorPoolHall,Work52wk,OtherIncome.
8. Edith,wife,30,bIL,College,LiveSame,Work
40h,TeacherPublicSchool,38wk,$1400.

YES
3749. “Flint Journal,” Michigan. Flint., www.mlive.com/deathnotices: 8 - 10 Jul 2011, Y, Y.
Bombel, Doris - age 82, a lifetime resident of Flint died in Denver, CO July 6, 2011. She was an avid golfer and master bridge player. Doris also worked in the family business Bombel's Tax Service. Doris was involved in the Flint Junior Golf Program and was a lifetime member of Temple Beth El. Doris was well known on the estate sale circuit and was a frequent customer of the Flint Farmers Market. Doris is survived by her daughter Martha Bombel, son Stuart Bombel and wife Jill, sister and brother-in-law Bette and Marvin Heidenrich, grandchildren Dr. Louis Whitesman and Ellie Bombel, and nices and nephews. She was the beloved wife of the late Ben Bombel and daughter of the late Sam and Della Lande. A luncheon will be held in her honor on Sunday, July 10 at 1:00 p.m. at Temple Beth El, 5150 Calkins Rd., Flint. Arrangements by Sharp Funeral Homes, Miller Road Chapel, 8138 Miller Rd., Swartz Creek. Friends may hare an online tribute on the obituaries page of sharpfunerlhomes.com.

YES
YES
3750. “"Michigan State Bar Journal" (MS, Lansing, Michigan).,” Y, Y.
YES
YES
3751. “1940 U.S. census, Ancestry.com, Digital images,” Michigan, Shiawassie, http://www.ancestry.com: National Archives and Records Administration, 2012, Y, Y.
1940 Federal Census. Owosso, Michigan. April 16. 514 West Oliver St.
57. Haas,Louis,41, bOhio,College,LivedSame1935,
Own,BusinessManagerMetal?
58. Kathyrn,31,bIL,HighSch,LivedSame1935,
Housewife.
59. Bernice,9,bMI,LivedSame1935,InSchool.
60. HeuscaBeatrice,24,bMI,servant.

YES
3752. “Gone but not Forgotten: A History ofthe Burials in the Jewish Cemeteries of Kansas City, Misouri, 1866-1999,” Anita Loeb, Kansas City, Missouri: Jewish Federaltion of Greater Kansas City, 2001., Y, Y.
YES
YES
3753. “US Citizenship and Immigration Genealogy Program, US Dept of Homeland Security.,” US District Court, Western District of Missouri, Missouri, Y, Y.
YES
YES
3755. “1920 U.S. census, Ancestry.com, Digital images,” Missouri, Jackson, http://www.ancestry.com: National Archives and Records Administration, 2010, Y, Y.
2328 East 24
86. MortonSwartz,30(1890),Imm1906,Nat,R/W,bRusSpRus,FbRusSpRus,MbRusSpRus,SpEng, GroceryEmployer.
87. Anna,26(1884),R/W,bRusSpRus,FbRusSpRus,MbRusSpRus,SpEng.
88. Abe,1 6/12(1918).

YES
YES
3756. “Digital Images of Marriage Certificates Jackson County Recorder of Deeds Web Access,” Missouri. Jackson, Recorder of Deeds, www://records.jacksongov.org :2001 - 09., Y, Y.
YES
YES
3757. “ Bernard Harley Brown,” Missouri. Kansas City., http://www.kansascity.com: 8 May 2011, Y, Y.
?Cb?DBERNARD HARLEY BROWN
?C/b?DBernard Harley Brown, loving husband, father, grandfather, and an enthusiastic mentor to many in Kansas City's business, medical, and Jewish communities, passed away in his sleep at Kansas City Hospice House in Kansas City, Mo., on May 7, 2011. Born on April 1, 1927, in Kansas City, Mo., Bernard was raised in Kansas City and remained here all his life. He acquired the nickname "Boosey" as a little boy when his family came home one day to find him in the middle of the street with an open bottle of beer. The youngest of three brothers, Bernard was a 1944 graduate of Kemper Military School in Boonville, Mo., where he finished second in a class of 149. He matriculated at the University of Michigan <http://www.legacy.com/memorial-sites/university-of...;affiliateID=1164>; before enlisting in the Navy in early 1945 and shipping off to the Pacific during the last months of World War II <http://www.legacy.com/memorial-sites/ww2/?personid...;affiliateID=1164>; . He served on the S.S. Tyson Lykes. Despite surviving a typhoon while in the service, he retained his love of the water and sailing for the rest of his life, and the great storm became the subject of many hours of storytelling to his children and grandchildren. After being stationed in Shanghai at the war's end, he returned home and completed his undergraduate degree in business administration at Michigan, graduating with the class of 1949. He married Barbara Rhea Seigel of Saint Louis on March 23, 1952, and they were blessed with 59 years of married life together in Kansas City, where they raised two daughters and a son. With his Michigan degree in hand, Bernard joined his father and brothers in business at Sam Brown Auto Parts Co., an auto parts distributor. Later, he became president of Sam Brown Company, which was active in related industrial businesses until the late 1980's. He also served for many years as a director of Boatmen's Bank & Trust Co. and Bank of Blue Valley. Outside of his family, his lifelong friendships, and his business, Bernard's greatest devotion was to Menorah Medical Center. He believed that Kansas City's Jewish community should provide a top-quality health care facility to serve the public. "The noblest motive is the public good" was a favorite quote of his from Vergil. His service to Menorah began in 1972, when he joined its board. Bernard guided the hospital's "Rededication to Excellence" campaign to rebuild its Rockhill Road campus and led Menorah for seven years as chairman. In 1990, the hospital honored him with its Arthur Mag Distinguished Leadership Award. In later years, Bernard led Menorah's move to Johnson County and to its current location at 119th and Nall as chairman of Menorah Park. He personally purchased the land in 1989, without telling the board. "Then I went to the board and told them of my dream to build out here," Bernard recalled during an interview for an oral history project for the hospital. When the new hospital was built under his watch, it came in under budget and on time. He eventually became chairman of the board of the Menorah Medical Center Foundation and then co-chair emeritus. In the end, Menorah ran out of ways for him to serve. "If the patients needed something, there was Bernard. If the doctors needed something, there was Bernard. If the nurses needed something, there was Bernard. He has always been there for Menorah," his good friend and Menorah colleague Dr. Walter Harvey Jacobs told The Kansas City Jewish Chronicle in 2002. In 2003, Congregation Beth Israel Abraham Voliner in Overland Park, honored him with its Mordechai Award, which is presented to someone who epitomizes the devotion to the community shown by Mordechai in the Scroll of Esther, which says that Mordechai " . . . sought the good of his people and was concerned with the welfare of all his posterity." Bernard was the youngest son of Samuel Brown and the former Sarah Mnookin, who died when he was thirteen. Bernard was predeceased by his brothers, Paul Brown and Martin Brown, and his daughter, Dr. Sherri Lynn Brown, of blessed memory. Survivors include his wife, Barbara, of Leawood; daughter, Kim Brown Fader, of Yonkers, NY; son, Bruce D. Brown, of Washington, D.C.; son-in-law, David Braun, daughter-in-law, Amy Rifkind; sisters-in-law, Helen Brown and Dale Mnookin; brother-in-law, Robert Mnookin; plus eight nieces, and six grandchildren. In lieu of flowers, the family suggests contributions to the Dr. Sherri Lynn Brown Fund at the Menorah Legacy Foundation. The family wishes to express its thanks to the staff at Menorah Medical Center; caretakers Anita Bell and Viola Mays; nurse Tracy at Kansas City Hospice House; and Dr. John Goldberg, who helped him through many crises. Services will be held at 11 a.m., Monday, May 9th, at the Louis Memorial Chapel in Kansas City, Mo., ( www.louismemorialchapel.com <http://www.louismemorialchapel.com/>; ).
?Cb?DPublished in Kansas City Star on May 8, 2011?C/b?D

?Cb?DBERNARD HARLEY BROWN
?C/b?DBernard Harley Brown, loving husband, father, grandfather, and an enthusiastic mentor to many in Kansas City's business, medical, and Jewish communities, passed away in his sleep at Kansas City Hospice House in Kansas City, Mo., on May 7, 2011. Born on April 1, 1927, in Kansas City, Mo., Bernard was raised in Kansas City and remained here all his life. He acquired the nickname "Boosey" as a little boy when his family came home one day to find him in the middle of the street with an open bottle of beer. The youngest of three brothers, Bernard was a 1944 graduate of Kemper Military School in Boonville, Mo., where he finished second in a class of 149. He matriculated at the University of Michigan <http://www.legacy.com/memorial-sites/university-of...;affiliateID=1164>; before enlisting in the Navy in early 1945 and shipping off to the Pacific during the last months of World War II <http://www.legacy.com/memorial-sites/ww2/?personid...;affiliateID=1164>; . He served on the S.S. Tyson Lykes. Despite surviving a typhoon while in the service, he retained his love of the water and sailing for the rest of his life, and the great storm became the subject of many hours of storytelling to his children and grandchildren. After being stationed in Shanghai at the war's end, he returned home and completed his undergraduate degree in business administration at Michigan, graduating with the class of 1949. He married Barbara Rhea Seigel of Saint Louis on March 23, 1952, and they were blessed with 59 years of married life together in Kansas City, where they raised two daughters and a son. With his Michigan degree in hand, Bernard joined his father and brothers in business at Sam Brown Auto Parts Co., an auto parts distributor. Later, he became president of Sam Brown Company, which was active in related industrial businesses until the late 1980's. He also served for many years as a director of Boatmen's Bank & Trust Co. and Bank of Blue Valley. Outside of his family, his lifelong friendships, and his business, Bernard's greatest devotion was to Menorah Medical Center. He believed that Kansas City's Jewish community should provide a top-quality health care facility to serve the public. "The noblest motive is the public good" was a favorite quote of his from Vergil. His service to Menorah began in 1972, when he joined its board. Bernard guided the hospital's "Rededication to Excellence" campaign to rebuild its Rockhill Road campus and led Menorah for seven years as chairman. In 1990, the hospital honored him with its Arthur Mag Distinguished Leadership Award. In later years, Bernard led Menorah's move to Johnson County and to its current location at 119th and Nall as chairman of Menorah Park. He personally purchased the land in 1989, without telling the board. "Then I went to the board and told them of my dream to build out here," Bernard recalled during an interview for an oral history project for the hospital. When the new hospital was built under his watch, it came in under budget and on time. He eventually became chairman of the board of the Menorah Medical Center Foundation and then co-chair emeritus. In the end, Menorah ran out of ways for him to serve. "If the patients needed something, there was Bernard. If the doctors needed something, there was Bernard. If the nurses needed something, there was Bernard. He has always been there for Menorah," his good friend and Menorah colleague Dr. Walter Harvey Jacobs told The Kansas City Jewish Chronicle in 2002. In 2003, Congregation Beth Israel Abraham Voliner in Overland Park, honored him with its Mordechai Award, which is presented to someone who epitomizes the devotion to the community shown by Mordechai in the Scroll of Esther, which says that Mordechai " . . . sought the good of his people and was concerned with the welfare of all his posterity." Bernard was the youngest son of Samuel Brown and the former Sarah Mnookin, who died when he was thirteen. Bernard was predeceased by his brothers, Paul Brown and Martin Brown, and his daughter, Dr. Sherri Lynn Brown, of blessed memory. Survivors include his wife, Barbara, of Leawood; daughter, Kim Brown Fader, of Yonkers, NY; son, Bruce D. Brown, of Washington, D.C.; son-in-law, David Braun, daughter-in-law, Amy Rifkind; sisters-in-law, Helen Brown and Dale Mnookin; brother-in-law, Robert Mnookin; plus eight nieces, and six grandchildren. In lieu of flowers, the family suggests contributions to the Dr. Sherri Lynn Brown Fund at the Menorah Legacy Foundation. The family wishes to express its thanks to the staff at Menorah Medical Center; caretakers Anita Bell and Viola Mays; nurse Tracy at Kansas City Hospice House; and Dr. John Goldberg, who helped him through many crises. Services will be held at 11 a.m., Monday, May 9th, at the Louis Memorial Chapel in Kansas City, Mo., ( www.louismemorialchapel.com <http://www.louismemorialchapel.com/>; ).
?Cb?DPublished in Kansas City Star on May 8, 2011?C/b?D
YES
YES
3758. “Digital Images of Marriage Certificates Jackson County Recorder of Deeds Web Access,” Missouri. Jackson, Recorder of Deeds, http://records.jacksongov.org :2001 - 09., Y, Y.
YES
YES
3759. “Gone But Not Forgotten: A History of the Burials in the Jewish Cemeteries of Kansas City, Missouri, 1866 - 1999,” Anita Loeb, Kansas City, Missouri: Jewish Federation of Greater Kansas City, 2001., Y, Y.
YES
YES
3760. “Gone But Not Forgotten: A History of the Burials inthe Jewish Cemeteries of Kansas City, Missouri,” Anita Loeb, Kansas City, Missouri: Jewish Federation of Greater Kansas City, 2001., Y, Y.
YES
YES
3761. “Gone But Not Forgotten: A History of the Burials in the Jewish Cemeteries of Kansas City, Missouri,” Anita Loeb, Kansas City, Missouri: Jewish Federation of Greater Kansas City, 2001., Y, Y.
YES
YES
3762. “1930 U.S. census, Ancestry.com, Digital images,” Missouri, Jackson, http://www.ancestry.com: National Archives and Records Administration, 2002, Y, Y.
211 E 67th St.
38. HrryBrown,32(1898),Own$9500,Radio,Marr22(1920),bRus,FbRus,MbRus,nativeYid,Imm1905,SpEng,proprietorAutoParts,veteran
39. KatieBrown,30(1900),Marr22(1922),bPA,FbRus,MbRus
40. BernardBrown,6(1924),bMO,FbRus,MbRus
41. ThelmaBrown,2 3/12(1928),bMO,FbRus,MbRus

YES
YES
3763. “1930 U.S. census, Ancestry.com, Digital images,” Missouri, Jackson, http://www.ancestry.com: National Archives and Records Administration, 2002, Y, Y.
2442 Benton Blvd
46. IdaBrown,72(1858),Rent$40,Radio,notR/W,bRus,FbRus,MbRus,Imm1891,notSpEng

YES
YES
3764. “Digital Images of Death Certificates Missouri State Archives Death Certificates,” Missouri Bureau of Vital Statistics, Missouri State Board of Health, http://www.sos.mo.gov/archives/resources/deathcertificates :n.d., Y, Y.
YES
YES
3765. “1920 U.S. census, Ancestry.com, Digital images,” Kansas, Jackson, http://www.ancestry.com: National Archives and Records Administration, 2010, Y, Y.
2547 Tray Ave.
28. IdaBrown,65(1855),wid,imm1905,Na,R/W,bRus/Rus,FbRus/Rus,MbRus/Rus,spEng.
29. SamBrown,34(1886),div,imm1905,Na,R/W,bRus/Rus,FbRus/Rus,MbRus/Rus,spEng,JunkDealer
30. Martin,23(1897),imm1905,Na,R/W,bRus/Rus,FbRus/Rus,MbRus/Rus,spEng,JunkDealer
31. Harry,20(1900),imm1905,Na,R/W,bRus/Rus,FbRus/Rus,MbRus/Rus,spEng,JunkDealer
32. Esther,18(1902),imm1905,Na,R/W,bRus/Rus,FbRus/Rus,MbRus/Rus,spEng,JunkDealer

YES
YES
3766. “Gone But Not Forgotten: A Histor of the Burials in the Jewish Cemeteries of Kansas City, Missouri,” Anita Loeb, Kansas City, Missouri: Jewish Federation of Greater Kansas City, 2001., Y, Y.
YES
YES
3767. “ Kansas City Star,” Missouri. Kansas City., http://www.kansascity.com: 10 - 11 Mar 2008, Y, Y.
?Cb?DMartin G. Brown ?C/b?D
Martin G. Brown, 83, of Leawood, KS, passed away Saturday, March 8, 2008, at his home. Funeral services will be 1 p.m. Tuesday, March 11, at Kehilath Israel Synagogue, 10501 Conser, Overland Park, KS. Burial at Kehilath Israel Blue Ridge Cemetery. Kindly omit flowers; the family suggests contributions to Rabbi Herbert Mandl Discretionary Fund at Kehilath Israel Synagogue. Mr. Brown was a native of Kansas City and graduated from Paseo High School in 1941. He was an Eagle scout and a member of the Tribe of the Mic-O-Say. Mr. Brown attended the University of Michigan (Ann Arbor) and belonged to Zeta Beta Tau fraternity. He entered the U.S. Marine Corps in 1943. He served with the Second Marine Division in the Pacific. During the Korean conflict, he trained officer candidates and recruits at Parris Island. He was honorably discharged as a Captain. Mr. Brown was a partner in Sam Brown Auto Parts Co. and Keystone Automotive Warehouse. He created a national marketing program "Bumper to Bumper" which he sold in 1983. He was a marketing consultant for Barkley & Evergreen Advertising for five years. He purchased the ADI Automotive Parts warehouse in 1989, was a partner in the CARQUEST Marketing program, and owned many Carquest auto parts stores before retiring in 1994. Mr. Brown was a lifetime member and past President of Kehilath Israel Synagogue. During his tenure as President (1967-69), the congregation acquired ground for a school building at 108th and Nall and initiated plans for a move to Johnson County from Kansas City, MO. Mr. Brown was a Director of the Broadway National Bank before its merger into the Merchants Bank. He was Director since 1976 of the Valley View State Bank. Mr. Brown was active in the Automotive Warehouse Distributors Association throughout his business career and served as Chairman in 1979. Survivors include his wife of 61 years, Helen Romer Brown; daughters, Sara (Michael) Sher of Highland Park, IL, Loren Beth Brown of New York, Ronna Brown (Robert Jackson) of New York; four grandchildren, Benjamin (Heather), Rachel, Rebecca, and Maia; brothers, Paul (Reeva) Brown and Bernard (Barbara) Brown; brother-in-law, Marvin (Sandra) Romer. Online guest book at www.louismemorialchael.com Arr.: The Louis Memorial Chapel (816) 361-5211.
?Cb?DPublished in Kansas City Star from March 10 to March 11, 2008 ?C/b?D

?Cb?DMartin G. Brown ?C/b?D
Martin G. Brown, 83, of Leawood, KS, passed away Saturday, March 8, 2008, at his home. Funeral services will be 1 p.m. Tuesday, March 11, at Kehilath Israel Synagogue, 10501 Conser, Overland Park, KS. Burial at Kehilath Israel Blue Ridge Cemetery. Kindly omit flowers; the family suggests contributions to Rabbi Herbert Mandl Discretionary Fund at Kehilath Israel Synagogue. Mr. Brown was a native of Kansas City and graduated from Paseo High School in 1941. He was an Eagle scout and a member of the Tribe of the Mic-O-Say. Mr. Brown attended the University of Michigan (Ann Arbor) and belonged to Zeta Beta Tau fraternity. He entered the U.S. Marine Corps in 1943. He served with the Second Marine Division in the Pacific. During the Korean conflict, he trained officer candidates and recruits at Parris Island. He was honorably discharged as a Captain. Mr. Brown was a partner in Sam Brown Auto Parts Co. and Keystone Automotive Warehouse. He created a national marketing program "Bumper to Bumper" which he sold in 1983. He was a marketing consultant for Barkley & Evergreen Advertising for five years. He purchased the ADI Automotive Parts warehouse in 1989, was a partner in the CARQUEST Marketing program, and owned many Carquest auto parts stores before retiring in 1994. Mr. Brown was a lifetime member and past President of Kehilath Israel Synagogue. During his tenure as President (1967-69), the congregation acquired ground for a school building at 108th and Nall and initiated plans for a move to Johnson County from Kansas City, MO. Mr. Brown was a Director of the Broadway National Bank before its merger into the Merchants Bank. He was Director since 1976 of the Valley View State Bank. Mr. Brown was active in the Automotive Warehouse Distributors Association throughout his business career and served as Chairman in 1979. Survivors include his wife of 61 years, Helen Romer Brown; daughters, Sara (Michael) Sher of Highland Park, IL, Loren Beth Brown of New York, Ronna Brown (Robert Jackson) of New York; four grandchildren, Benjamin (Heather), Rachel, Rebecca, and Maia; brothers, Paul (Reeva) Brown and Bernard (Barbara) Brown; brother-in-law, Marvin (Sandra) Romer. Online guest book at www.louismemorialchael.com Arr.: The Louis Memorial Chapel (816) 361-5211.
?Cb?DPublished in Kansas City Star from March 10 to March 11, 2008 ?C/b?D
YES
YES

?Cb?DMartin G. Brown ?C/b?D
Martin G. Brown, 83, of Leawood, KS, passed away Saturday, March 8, 2008, at his home. Funeral services will be 1 p.m. Tuesday, March 11, at Kehilath Israel Synagogue, 10501 Conser, Overland Park, KS. Burial at Kehilath Israel Blue Ridge Cemetery. Kindly omit flowers; the family suggests contributions to Rabbi Herbert Mandl Discretionary Fund at Kehilath Israel Synagogue. Mr. Brown was a native of Kansas City and graduated from Paseo High School in 1941. He was an Eagle scout and a member of the Tribe of the Mic-O-Say. Mr. Brown attended the University of Michigan (Ann Arbor) and belonged to Zeta Beta Tau fraternity. He entered the U.S. Marine Corps in 1943. He served with the Second Marine Division in the Pacific. During the Korean conflict, he trained officer candidates and recruits at Parris Island. He was honorably discharged as a Captain. Mr. Brown was a partner in Sam Brown Auto Parts Co. and Keystone Automotive Warehouse. He created a national marketing program "Bumper to Bumper" which he sold in 1983. He was a marketing consultant for Barkley & Evergreen Advertising for five years. He purchased the ADI Automotive Parts warehouse in 1989, was a partner in the CARQUEST Marketing program, and owned many Carquest auto parts stores before retiring in 1994. Mr. Brown was a lifetime member and past President of Kehilath Israel Synagogue. During his tenure as President (1967-69), the congregation acquired ground for a school building at 108th and Nall and initiated plans for a move to Johnson County from Kansas City, MO. Mr. Brown was a Director of the Broadway National Bank before its merger into the Merchants Bank. He was Director since 1976 of the Valley View State Bank. Mr. Brown was active in the Automotive Warehouse Distributors Association throughout his business career and served as Chairman in 1979. Survivors include his wife of 61 years, Helen Romer Brown; daughters, Sara (Michael) Sher of Highland Park, IL, Loren Beth Brown of New York, Ronna Brown (Robert Jackson) of New York; four grandchildren, Benjamin (Heather), Rachel, Rebecca, and Maia; brothers, Paul (Reeva) Brown and Bernard (Barbara) Brown; brother-in-law, Marvin (Sandra) Romer. Online guest book at www.louismemorialchael.com Arr.: The Louis Memorial Chapel (816) 361-5211.
?Cb?DPublished in Kansas City Star from March 10 to March 11, 2008
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3768. “Digital Images of Marriage Certificates Jackson County Recorder of Deeds Web Access,” Missouri Jackson County, Recorder of Deeds, http://records.jacksongov.org :2001 - 09., Y, Y.
YES
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3769. “1930 U.S. census, Ancestry.com, Digital images,” Missouri, Jackson, http://www.ancestry.com: National Archives and Records Administration, 2002, Y, Y.
5142 Brookwood Ave.
91. MaxBrown,39(1891),Own$7,000,m22(1913),bRusOdessa,FbRusOdessa,MbRusOdessa,SpJewish,Imm1905,Na,SpEng,ProprietorPlumbingSupply,Veteran
92. Bertha Brown,38(1992),m25(1917),bRusOdessa,FbRusOdessa,MbRusOdessa,SpJewish,Imm1902
93. Rae(daughter)Brown,16(1914),bNeb,FbRus,MbRus
94. Melvin,5(1925),bMO,FbRus,MbRus
95. Raymond,12(1918),bMO,FbRus,MbRus
96. Louise,8(1922),bMO,FbRus,MbRus
97. Adele,12(1918)bMO,FbRus,MbRus

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3770. “1920 U.S. census, Ancestry.com, Digital images,” Missouri, Jackson, http://www.ancestry.com: National Archives and Records Administration, 2010, Y, Y.
3324 Indiana Ave.
59. MaxBrown,30(1890),natural,bRusSpHeb,FbRusSpHeb,MbRusSpHeb,SpEng,not working
60. TillieBrown,26(1894),natural,bRusSpHeb,FbRusSpHeb,MbRusSpHeb,SpEng
61. Raymond,1 8/12(1918)
62. Ray,6(1914)

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3771. “1910 U.S. census, Ancestry.com, Digital images,” Missouri, Jackson, http://www.ancestry.com: National Archives and Records Administration, 2006, Y, Y.
1906 Troust St.
2. MorrisBrown,60(1850),m35y(1875),Rent,bRusYiddish,FbRusYiddish,MbRusYiddish,Imm1906,PaperPend,SpEng,JunkPed,oR/W.
3, IdaBrown,52(1858),m35y(1875),13Child,11Living,bRusYiddish,FbRusYiddish,MbRusYiddish,Imm1906,SpEng,oR/W.
4. IssieBrown,21(1889),bRusYiddish,FbRusYiddish,MbRusYiddish,Imm1906,SpEng,JunkPed,R/W.
5. MaxBrown,19(1891),bRusYiddish,FbRusYiddish,MbRusYiddish,Imm1906,SpEng,R/W.
6.AnnaBrown,16(1894),bRusYiddish,FbRusYiddish,MbRusYiddish,Imm1906,SpEng,school,R/W.
7 MortenBrown,14(1896),bRusYiddish,FbRusYiddish,MbRusYiddish,Imm1906,SpEng,school,B/W.
8. HarryBrown,12(1898),bRusYiddish,FbRusYiddish,MbRusYiddish,Imm1906,SpEng,school,B/W.
9. EstereBrown9(1901),bRusYiddish,FbRusYiddish,MbRusYiddish,Imm1906,SpEng,school,B/W.

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3772. “1930 U.S. census, Ancestry.com, Digital images,” Missouri, Jackson, http://www.ancestry.com: National Archives and Records Administration, 2002, Y, Y.
305 Winthrope
74. MortonBrown,33(1897),own$9000,mar26(1923),R/W,bRus/FbRus,MbRus,Yiddish,imm1905,SecretaryStructuralSteel
75. ReginaBrown,29(1901),m21(1922),R/W,bTx,FbRus,MbAustria
76. MauriceLBrown,5(1925),bMO,FbRus,MbTx
77. EugeneDBrown,2 5/12(1927),bMO,FbRus,MbTx

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3773. “Paul Brown - Tribute: Veteran Involved in Brown v. Board of Education,” Missouri. Kansas City., http://www.kansascity.com: 25 Jun 2008, Y, Y.
?Cb?DPaul Brown - Tribute: Veteran involved in Brown v. Board of Education: Newspaper Obituary and Death Notice
Kansas City Star, The (MO) - June 25, 2008
Deceased Name: Paul Brown - Tribute: Veteran involved in Brown v. Board of Education
?C/b?DWho: Paul Brown, a World War II veteran from ?Cb?DKansas?C/b?D ?Cb?DCity?C/b?D.
Age: 90
When and how he died: June 8 of natural causes.

Brown v. Board: Paul Brown was a traditional, hardworking man in a house that saw American history pass right through it. In 1951, Brown's wife, Esther Brown, learned that a third-grade girl named Linda Brown was forced to walk 21 blocks to her segregated black school. There was a white school just seven blocks away.
Esther, who was white, was opposed to this, so she persuaded Linda's father to allow his daughter to be the lead plaintiff against the Topeka Board of Education. NAACP lawyer Thurgood Marshall came to town to represent the plaintiffs, but, because he was black, he could not stay in any of the decent lodging places nearby. "He would have been forced to stay at a flophouse downtown in a less-than-desirable area," said Paul Brown's brother, Bernard Brown. So Paul Brown let the future Supreme Court justice stay under his roof. The case, Brown v. Topeka Board of Education, ended up going to the Supreme Court, and, of course, it overturned the 1896 case, Plessy v. Ferguson, which said racial segregation was legal under the "separate but equal" doctrine. The court ruled that segregation does not offer everyone equal opportunities.
Because of the controversial nature of his wife's work in a time with much racial tension, Paul Brown often was harassed. "He got a lot of criticism from segregationists, and he stood up to all of them," Bernard Brown said. "People called him on the phone, using profanity, and then they burned a cross on his front yard. Yet he was always calm, supporting his wife. "She was the leader of it all, but Paul was her anchor."
Making ends meet: While his wife was fighting for civil rights, Paul Brown went to work seven days a week in an auto parts shop. "My mother was a very engaged, involved and active person, so she enjoyed what she did but on her own time," said Brown's daughter, Susan Tucker. "Daddy was a more traditional, conventional father who worked and struggled to make ends meet. He enjoyed his family and worked hard to put us all through college."

Son's tragic death: Brown had three daughters and one son, Bart Brown. His son graduated from Harvard Law School and had political ambitions. Oftentimes, Paul and his son would write letters to each other.
"They were as close as finger on a hand," Bernard Brown said. But when his son was 28, he died in a car accident while in the Bahamas. It was the biggest tragedy of his life, Bernard said. Later, Paul Brown founded a scholarship in his son's name at Williams College, where he received his undergraduate education.

Political conversations: When Paul Brown and his brothers had lunch every few weeks, they talked about politics. "We were all liberal thinking -- wanting change," Bernard Brown said. "He was supporting Barack Obama, and he was very happy and proud to have been part of this."

Survivors include: His second wife, three children, seven grandchildren.

The last word: In her father's final days, Tucker sat quietly with him. Then she broke the silence and asked, "What are you thinking about?" Paul Brown answered, "Susan, stop psychoanalyzing me."
?Ci?DEdition: 1. Page: B6. Copyright (c) 2008 The Kansas City Star?C/i?D

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3774. “Digital Images of Marriage Certificates Jackson County Recorder of Deeds,” Missouri. Jackson, Recorder of Deeds, http://records.jacksongov.org :2001 - 09., Y, Y.
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3775. “Gone But Not Forgotten: A History of the Burials in the Jewish Cemeteries of Kansas City, Missouri,” Anita Loeb, Kansas City, Missosuri: Jewish Federation of Greater Kansas City, 2001., Y, Y.
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3776. “Digital Images of Marriage Certificates Jackson County Recorder of Deeds Web Access,” Misouri. Jackson, Recorder of Deeds, http://records.jacksongov.org :2001 - 09., Y, Y.
YES
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3777. “1910 U.S. census, Ancestry, Digital images,” Missouri, Jackson, http://www.ancestry.com: National Archives and Records Administration, 2006, Y, Y.
99. SamuelDorfman,25(1885),m1y,Rent,CanR/W,bRus,FbRusMbRus,Imm1906,PapersPending,SpEng,Cabinet maker on own.
100. RoseDorfman,28(1882),m1y,CanR/W,FbRus,MbRus,Imm1907,SpEng.

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3778. “Digital Images of Marriage Certificates Jackson Courty Recorder of Deeds Web Assess,” Missouri. Jackson, Jackson Courty, Missouri, http://records.jacksongov.org :2001- 09., Y, Y.
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3779. “Gone But Not Forgotten: A History of the Jewish Burials of Kansas City, Missouri,” Anita Loeb, Kansas City, Missouri: Jewish Federation of Greater Kansas City, 2001., Y, Y.
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3780. “1910 U.S. census, Ancestry.com, Digital images,” Missouri, Jackson, http://www.ancestry.com: National Archives and Records Administration, 2006, Y, Y.
35. BronsteinSamuel,29(1881),roomer,bRus,FbRus,MbRus,Imm1905,PaperPend,HucksterProduceOnOwn,R/W.

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3781. “Death Certificates,” Missouri Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services, Y, Y, MO Dept Halth & Senior Services, Bureau of Vital Records, MO Dept Halth & Senior Services, Bureau of Vital RecordsPO Box 570Jefferson City, Missouri 65102-0570MO Dept Halth & Senior Services, Bureau of Vital RecordsPO Box 570Jefferson CityMissouri65102-0570.
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37. SamBrown,Own$6000,Radio,42(1888),Mar37(1925,R/W,bRus,FbRus,MbRus,NativeJewish,Imm1906,Na,SpEng,MerchantAutoParts
38. SarahBrown,31(1899),Mar25(1924),R/W,bRus,MbRus,FbRus,NativeJewish,Imm1906,Na,SpEng,BookkeeperAutoParts
39. PaulBrown,12(1918),school,R/W,bMO,FbRus,MbRus
40. MartinGBrown,5(1925),school,bMO,FbRus,MbRus
41. BernardHBrown,2 11/12,bMO,FbRus,MbRus

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3783. “Digital Images of Marriage Certificates Jackson County Recorder of Deeds Web Access,” Missouri. Jackson, Recorder of Deeds, Marriage Records :2001 - 2009., Y, Y.
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3784. “Gone But Not Forgotten: A History of the Burials in the Jewish Cemeteries of Kansas City, Missouri.,” Anita Loeb, Kansas City, Missouri: Jewish Federation of Greater Kansas City, 2001., Y, Y.
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3785. “ Kansas City Star,” Missouri. Kansas City., http://www.kansascity.com: 15 Feb 2005, Y, Y.
?Cb?DDR. SHERRI LYNN BROWN: Newspaper Obituary and Death Notice
Kansas City Star, The (MO) - February 15, 2005
Deceased Name: DR. SHERRI LYNN BROWN
?C/b?DDr. Sherri Lynn Brown (Braun), passed away early Sunday morning, February 13, 2005, of complications from multiple sclerosis. Dr. Brown is survived by her husband of 26 years, Dr. David Braun; her children Eric Braun and Elisabeth Braun; her parents Mr. and Mrs. Bernard and Barbara Brown, of Kansas City; her sister Kim Fader of New York; and her brother and sister-in-law Bruce Brown and Amy Rifkind, of Washington, DC. She was the beloved daughter-in-law of Dr. and Mrs. Richard and Barbara Braun, of Encino and is survived by her brothers and sisters-in-law, Drs. Jon Braun and Lynn Gordon, Robert and Sandra Braun, Dr. Sarah Braun and Rabbi Shai Gluskin, as well as many nieces and nephews. Dr. Brown completed her undergraduate degree at Stanford University, medical degree at Yale University, and postgraduate medical education at both Yale and Stanford Universities. Dr. Brown received many special publications and awards during her academic career. She was a Medical Director at Amgen for many productive years. Dr. Brown was a unique and caring individual and all those who came in contact with her benefited from her wisdom and mentoring. She was stubborn and passionate, a feminist for the ages. Her indomitable spirit and will were an inspiration to many who followed in her footsteps. She believed that by helping people we can all make a difference. Funeral services and burial were performed at Eden Memorial Park in San Fernando, CA. A memorial service will be held in Kansas City in the near future. In lieu of flowers, the family appreciates contributions to the New Israel Fund: 1101 14th ST., NW, Washington, DC, 20005 and the Heifer Project, PO Box 8058, Little Rock, AR, 72203.
?Ci?DPage: B3
Copyright (c) 2005 The Kansas City Star
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1513 Garfield Ave.
80. Samuel Dorfman,36(1884),Mortgage,Arr1904,Natural,R/W,bRus/spRus,FbRus/spRus,MbRus/spRus,SpEng,MerchantSecondHand
81. Rose,33(1897),Arr1904,R/W,bRus/spRus,FbRus/spRus,MbRus/spRus,SpEng
82. Abe,9(1911),school
83. Bertha,7(1913),school
84. Alice,5(1915)
85. Lena,2(1918)

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3787. “Digital Images of Death Certificates Missouri State Archives Death Certificates,” Missouri Division of Health of Missouri, http://www.sos.mo.gov/archives/resources/deathcertificates :n.d., Y, Y.
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3788. “ Kansas City Star,” Missouri. Kansas City., http://www.kansascity.com: 18 Dec 2009, Y, Y.
?Cb?DREEVA BIEDERMAN BROWN: Newspaper Obituary and Death Notice
Kansas City Star, The (MO) - December 18, 2009
Deceased Name: REEVA BIEDERMAN BROWN
?C/b?DReeva
Biederman Brown, 87, of Overland Park, Kansas, passed away on Tuesday evening, December 15, at Village Shalom. Funeral services will be held 11 a.m. Sunday, December 20, at Louis Memorial Chapel, followed by burial at Rose Hill Cemetery.

Reeva was born in Kansas City, Missouri, to Irene Waldner Goldberg and Jacob Goldberg on December 25, 1921. She was preceded in death by Harry Biederman, her husband of 37 years, in 1977, and Paul Brown, her husband of 29 years, in 2008. Her brothers, Herb and Stan Goldberg, also preceded her in death.

Reeva was a loving and caring wife, mother, grandmother, great-grandmother, and friend. She gave of her time and energy to all of those she held dear.

She graduated Westport High in 1937. At the age of 16, she moved to New York after the death of her mother to stay with her father and attend Hunter's Secretarial College for two years.

She married Harry in 1940 and returned to Kansas City. They moved to a Naval base outside of San Francisco during World War II and to Los Angeles after the war. In 1952 they returned to Kansas City, where Reeva worked with Harry at B&G Wrecking Co. and raised her family.

Two years after Harry's death, she married Paul. They shared a life of family and friends and loved to travel. She was blessed with two wonderful husbands, appreciating every year with both.

She was a member of The Temple, Congregation B'nai Jehudah, City of Hope, Brandeis, National Council of Jewish Women, and Menorah Auxiliary, giving many hours of her time as a volunteer.

Reeva is survived by her two daughters, Irene (Saul) Ellis, Phyllis (Shel) Roufa; grandchildren - Jim Ellis, Michael (Jessica) Ellis, Greg (Kara) Roufa, Brian Roufa, and Mindi Ellis; great-grandchildren - Hersh and Shayna Ellis and Joselyn Ellis. She was preceded in death by her stepson Bart Brown and is survived by Susan Tucker, Leslee (Bob) Blackler, Lisa (Eric) Oppenheimer, and grandchildren Zack and Jed Tucker, Liz and Jennifer Blackler, and Emily and Ben Oppenheimer.

Reeva was a beautiful person inside and out. She had many wonderful friends who were a very important part of her life for over 60 years. She will be deeply missed by all those who loved her.

We want to thank Dr. Alexander Davis and the staff at Village Shalom, who were so loving and caring through the last years of her life, and the nurses from Kansas City Hospice, who were so kind and caring. In lieu of flowers, the family suggests contributions to Village Shalom, Hospice of Kansas City, or a charity of your choice. Online guest book available at www.louismemorialchapel.com (Arr.:The Louis Memorial Chapel, 816-361-5211.)
?Ci?DCopyright (c) 2009 The Kansas City Star?C/i?D

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5106 Troost
75. MortonMSwartz,40(1890),Own$6000,Radio,m27,R/W,bRus,FbRus,MbRus,SpJewish,ProprietorGroceryStore
76. Anna,35(1985),R/W,bRus,FbRus,MbRus,SpJewish
77. Albert,11(1919),R/W,bMO,FbRus,MbRus
78. Milton,10(1920),R/W,bMO,FbRus,MbRus
79. Virginia L,7(1923),bMO,FbRus,MbRus
80. Herbert N,2(1928),bMO,FbRus,MbRus

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3793. “"Marriage records," database,” Clark Co, Nevada, (http://redrock.co.clark.nv.us/RecSearch/MarriageSearchREsults.aspx?ID=1), Y, Y.
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Lande, Jack J, Mann Lena B, 6/26/1958, -000067, 195806025153
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44.Sophie,wife,23[1887],m2y,1child born,1child living,bRomania,FbRomania,
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11.Frank Feder,head,rent,28[1982],imm1913,papers,literate,bAustria,spGerman,
FbAustria,spGerman,MbAustria,spGerman,spEng,tailor of clothing
12.Clara,wife,23[1897].imm1912,literate,bRussia,spRussian,FbRussia,spRussian,
MbRussia,spRussian,spEng
13.Rose,daughter,3[1917],bNY,FbRussia,spRussian,MbRussia,spRussian
14.Morris,son,1[1919],bNY,FbRussia,spRussian,MbRussia,spRussian
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3796. “"Social Security Death Index," database,” Social Security Administration, Ancestry.com ?(www.Ancestry.com : 2009), Y, Y.
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3797. “Online images.,” The Statue of Liberty - Ellis Island Foundation. Ellis Island . http://www.ellisisland.org : 2000 - 2008, Y, Y.
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Poughkeepsie. Martin A. Kurkhill - "Marty" to all who knew him - died on Friday, December 23, 2005 in his hometown of Poughkeepsie, NY. Kurkhill was a 57 year resident of Poughkeepsie. Mr. Kurkhill was born on April 8, 1914 in Mount Kisco, New York. He began working when he [was] eleven years old towing cars. He put himself through college and in 1936 he graduated from Tri-State University, Angola, Indiana at 22 years old with two degrees, a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering and a B.S. in Aeronautical engineering. After college, he began working as a draftsman and junior engineer from 1936 to 1942 for various employers in New york. For the next two years, he worked for the US Army Air Force at Keesler Field and Gulfport, Mississippi as a designer of instructional equipment. From 1943 to 1946 he ws a Chief Petty Officer in the U.S. Navy Seabees mostly working at the Naval Research Lab in Washington D.C. He came back [to] go to work as an assistant engineer for two years in his home town of Mt. Kisco, NY. He moved to Poughkeepsie in 1948 and has been a resident in the City of Poughkeepsie since that time. In 1948, Kurkhill founded Poughkeepsie Steel Products and became its president and CEO. In 1943 he purchased a facility across from Marist College for the operation of his business. Over the years, Kurkhill added a machine shop and additional space for the steel fabrication business, expanding the facility from 5,000 square feet to over 12,000. In the course of his 38 years running Poughkeepsie Steel Products, Kurkhill supplied and erected the sructural steel for numerous shopping centers, office buildings, schools, churches and synagogues, and warehouses in the Poughkeepsie area. As he would drive in and around town, he would often comment with pride, "I put the steel in that building, pointing to one of the more than 50 structures built with the structural steel fabricated and installed by Poughkeepsie Steel Products. The Poughkeepsie Steel Products facility was later purchased by Marist College and is now used as an art gallery, called the "Steel Plant Studios." The adaptive reuse of Kurkhill's steel fabrication facility gave Kurkhill great joy in knowing that the building he once used to create building designs is being used by students to create works of art. There is another connection Kurkhill has to Marist College. In the 1990's Kkurkhill and his wife Sylvia established an endowed scholarship fund at Marist College. The scholarship provides financial assistance to incoming freshmen who demonstrate strong academic promise and an understanding of community involvement. Mr. Kurkhill got married on November 29, 1963 in New York City to Sylvia Feder of Charleston, South Carolina. Sylvia worked tirelessly to make sure Marty always had home cooked meals, which he loved. Marty and Sylvia raised their four children in Poughkeepsie. As with his burgeoning real estate development business, Kurkhill continued to add on to his home over the fifty years since he purchased it, giving his grown children and grandchildren a place to come home to for holidays and special occasions. Mr. Kurkhill's community contributions included designing and erecting the bima, the area in thesynagogue where the Torah is read and the service is led, in 1959 in Temple Beth-El in Poughkeepsie. Kurkhill wa appointed as a county representative for the 8th Ward in 1969 and later was appointed as a member of the local Selective Service Draft Board. Whe Mr. Kurkhill saw problems in the school system where his four children attended, he took action. Rather than send his children to private school, he ran for the school board to become part of the solution. Kurkhill was elected, and served as both president and vice president of the City of Poughkeepsie School District's board of education druing a five year term from 1971 to 1976. Mr. Kurkhill is a member of Temple Beth-El, a life time member of the Poughkeepsie Jewish Community Center, the Harding Club, the American Legion and the Elks Club. Mr. Kurkhill began his second career in property development in the 1950's and 1960's when he purchased several residential rental properties to supplement his income. As the construction busineess slowed in the early 1980's, Kurkhill began acquiring and developing more properties which ultimately became his full time job. Kurkhill left Poughkeepsie Steel in 1983 and, when many 70 year olds were enjoying their retirement, Kurkhill kept working on his real estate development projects. In the last threee decades, Kurkhill built from gournd up and re-developed over a dozen local commercial properties. In the process, he employed scores of Puoughkeepsie contractors and businesses, helping in his own way to keep the local economy moving in what became tough economic times for Poughkeepsie. Often, Kurkhill was at his properties early in the morning to meet with a contractor to put on a new roof or remove an old underground oil tank. Druing the down time, he would pick up a broom and start sweeping. Kurkhill never employed a property manager, and took it upon himself to insure that his properties were being well maintained. When strangers would see him sweeping, they would often ask who he was. His reply would always humbly be "I am the jjanitor," an inside joke referring to the fact that Kurkhill oversaw every aspect of his properties and wore many hats. Aided by his wife Sylvia who handled the finances and books, Kurkhill was actively managing four commercial properties at 91years old. His effort was reciprocal, however. As he constantly breathed life into his properties, they breathed life into him. During a recent trip back form the hospital from his radiation treatments, Kurkhill met with one of the contractors he hired to install drywall in one of his rental units. Kurkhill's unending energy inspired others around him. Kurkhill was proud to live and contribute to his community. As Charles North, president of the Poughkeepisie Area Chamber of Commerce noted in a recent Poughkeepsie Journal interview, "He was a believer in the area when there were no believers in the area." Martin Kurkhill died form complications steming frrom skin cancer. He was 91 years old. He is survived by his wife of 51 years, Sylvia, and his four children, Laura Elman, Allison Lazerus, Jim Kurkhill, and Robin Kurkhill and seven grandchildren, Sara, Julia, Craig, Jackie, Amanda, Rebecca and Maya. Funeral services will be held Sunday, December 25th at 12:00 noon at Temple Beth-El (845.454.0570), 118 Grand Avenue in Poughkeepsie. Burial will be immedicately following at the Beth-El Cemetery. The Kurkhill family will sit shiva at 7:30 p.m., Sunday, December 25, 2005 through Tuesday, December 27, 2005 at the family's home at 16 Wilmot Terrace Puoghkeepsie, New York, 12603. Donations may be made to the Poughkeepsie Jewish Community Center or the the Martin and Sylvia Kurkhill Scholarship Fund at Marist College in Poughkeepsie. Arrangement under the direction of the Schoonmaker Funeral Home, 199 Fulton Ave., Poughkeepsie.

YES
YES
3813. “"Social Security Death Index," database,” Social Security Administration, Ancestry.com ?(http://www.ancestry.com), Y, Y.
3814. “1940 U.S. census, FamilySearch.org, Digital images,” New York, Kings, http://www.familysearch.org: National Archives and Records Administration, 2011, Y, Y.
US Census 1940, Brooklyn, NY, 9 Arp, 273 South 2d St.
23. BucholtzDavis,Rent$38/m,55y,M,Ed4,bRom,
Na,lived1935too,HandymanPrintingCo40h,$875/y.
24 Ellen,55y,M,Ed0,bAustria,Na,Housewife
25. Sam,25y,HighSch,bNY,MachOpPrintCo$800/y
26. Dora,24y,HighSch,bNY,FlrGrlNoveltyCo$700y
27. Morris,21y,HighSch,bNYHandManElcSup$900y

YES
3815. “"Vital Records, NYC Death Index Results," database,” Italian Genealoy Group, (http://italiangen.org), Y, Y.
3816. “1930 U.S. census, Ancestry.com, Digital images,” New York, Bronx, http://www.ancestry.com: National Archives and Records Administration, 2002, Y, Y.
1930 Federal Census, 18 Apr 1930, 2791 Grand Blvd / Grand Concourse, Bronx, NY.z
13. BerkowitzRaymond,rent$60,radio,38,m30,R/W,bNY,FbRom,MbRom,MarkerMenShirts.
14. Masy,32,m.32,bPA,FbNY,MbRussia.
15. Raymond,3 6/12,bNY,FbNY,MbPA.

YES
3819. “1940 U.S. census, Ancestry.com, Digital images,” New York, Bronx, http://www.ancestry.com: National Archives and Records Administration, 2012, Y, Y.
YES
3820. “"Vital Records - New York City Death Index," database,” Italian Genealogy Group, (http://italiangen.org), Y, Y.
3822. “1940 U.S. census, Ancestry.com, Digital images,” New York, Bronx, http://www.ancestry.com: National Archives and Records Administration, 2012, Y, Y.
1940 Federal Census, 2144 Bronx Park E, 4 Apr 1940.
23. SugarmanJennie,67,H2,bRus,Same1935,Housewife,OutsideIncome.
24. BerkowitzMay,42,Widow,H2,bPA,Same1935,WorkOT?,OutsideIncome.
25. Raymond,13,bNY,Same1935

YES
3823. “"Vital Records," databases vital records, Italian Genealogy Group ?,” Italian Genealogy Group, (http://italiangen.org), Y, Y.
YES
3824. “1930 U.S. census, Ancestry.com, Digital images,” New York, Kings, http://www.ancestry.com: National Archives and Records Administration, 2002, Y, Y.
1930 United States Federal Census, 6Apr, 339 Hoplanroon Ave, Brooklyn, NY
10. Dorn(Dave)Bucholtz,44(b1876),Rent$20NoRadion,bRom,FbRom,MbRom,Eng,
LitographPrinterWorker.
11. Ella,44(b1876),BAustraia,FbAustria,MbAustria,I1910,Na,Eng
12. Eva,18b(1912),bFL,FbRom,MbAustria
13. Sam,16(1914),bNY,FbRom,MbAustria
14. Dora,14(b1916),bNY,FbRom,MbAustria
15. Morris,11(1919),bNY,FbRom,MbAustria

YES

1930 United States Federal Census, 6 Apr, 339 Hoplanroon Ave, Brooklyn, NY
10. Dorn(Dave)Bucholtz,rent$20noRadio,44(b1876),bRom,FbRom,MbRom,I1896,Na,Eng,
PriterLithoWorker
11 Ella,44(b1876),bAustria,FbAustria,MbAustria,I1910,Na
12. Eva,18(b1902),bFl,FbRom,MbAustria
13. Sam,16(b1904)bNY,FbRom,MbAustria
14. Dora,14(b1906),bNY,FbRom,MbAustria
15. Morris,11(b1909),bNY,FbRom,MbAustria
.
YES
YES
3825. “Marriage Certificates.,” New York. Department of Health, CIty of New York., Y, Y, Municipal Archives, Municipal Archives31 Chambers StNew York, New York 10007 KingsMunicipal Archives31 Chambers StNew YorkNew York10007Kings.
YES
YES
3826. “"World War I Selective Service System Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918," database, Ancestry.com,” United States Selective Service Systerm, (http://www.ancestry.com), Y, Y.
YES
YES
3828. “1920 U.S. census, Ancestry.com, Digital images,” New York, Kings, http://www.ancestry.com: National Archives and Records Administration, 2010, Y, Y.
1920 United States Federal Census, 3 & 5 Jan, 143 Varet St, Brooklyn, Kings, NY.
40. BucholtzDavid,34(1886),I1896,Na1895,bRom,FbRom,MbRom,Eng,
LithographPrinterWorker
41. Ella,34(b1886),I1907,Na1895,BGaliciaAustria,FbGaliciaAustriaMbGaliciaAus,ENg
42. Samuel,5 6/12(1914),bNY,FbRom,MbGalicia
43. Dor,4 6/12(1915),bNY,FbRom,MbGalica
44. Morris,9/12(1919,bNY,FbRom,MbGalicia

YES
3830. “ Berkowitz, Sheila . E-journal.,” http://www.nyjnews.com/obits., Y, Y.
YES
3833. “1900 U.S. census, Ancestry.com, Digital images,” New York, New Nork, http://www.ancestry.com: National Archives and Records Administration, 2004, Y, Y.
1900 United States Federal Census, 2 June, 56 Columbia St., Manahattan
13. Mendel Buholtz,Jan1858,42,m22,bRom,FbRom,MbRom,I188,DryGoods,R/W,Rent
14. Clara,Mar1858,42,m22,5/6childr,bRom,FbRom,MbRom,R/W
15. Louis,Apr1882,18,bRom,FbRom,MbRom,I1888DryGoods,R/W
16. Mollie,Oct1883,17,bRom,FbRom,MbRom,I1897NeckWear,R/W
17. Beckie,Jun1884,15,bRom,FbRom,MbRomI1897,NeckWear,R/W
18. Dave,Dec1887,13,bRom,FbRom,MbRo,I1897,R/W
19. Harry,Mar1888,12,bRom,FbRom,MbRom,I1897,R/W

YES
YES
3834. “Online images.,” Statue of Liberty / Ellis Island Foundation, Inc . http://ellisisland.org, Y, Y.
YES
3835. “Online images.,” The Statue of LIberty-Ellis Island Fundation, Inc. Ellis Island . http://www.ellisisland.org, Y, Y.
YES
YES
3838. “1930 U.S. census, Ancestry.com, Digital images,” New York, New York, http://www.ancestry.com: National Archives and Records Administration, 2002, Y, Y.
1930 Federal Census, 5 April 1930, 265 Rivington, Manhattan.
6. Tulkop,Morris,R$28,58(1972),m24,bPol,FbPol,MbPol,spPol,Imm1913,
Na,Eng,NotWorking.
7. Sadie,wife,53(1875),m19,bPol,FbPol,MbPol,spPol,noEng,NotWork.
8. Jack,son,22(1908),R/W,bPol,FbPol,MbPol,SpPol,Imm1921,WaiterRest.
9. George,son,19,R/W,bPol,FbPol,MbPol,spPol,Imm1921,WorkerTieFactory.

YES
3840. “"Index to Petitions for Naturalization filed in New York City, 1792 - 1989," database, Ancestry.com,” National Archives, Northeast Region, (http://www.ancestry.com : 2007), Y, Y.
YES
3841. “NewYorkNewYorkWeinsteinNatNatur1894,” New York. New York., Y, Y.
YES
3842. “"Records of the U.S. Customs Service," database, Ancestry.com, New York Passenger Lists, 1820 - 1957 ?,” National Archives, (http://www.ancestry.com : 2010), Y, Y.
YES
3843. “Death Certificates,” New York New York State Department of Health, Y, Y.
YES
YES
3844. “"Port of New York Pasenger Records," database, Ellis Island ?,” The Statue of Liberty - Ellis Island Foundation, (http://www.ellisisland.org : 2000 - 10), Y, Y.
YES
YES
3846. “"Port of New York Passenger Records," database, Ellis Island ?,” The Statue of Liberty - Ellis Island Foundation, Inc., (http://www.ellisisland.org), Y, Y.
YES
YES
3849. “"Social Security Death Index," database,” Social Security Administration, ancestry.com ?(http://www.ancestry.com : 2010), Y, Y.
YES
3850. “Okmulgee Daily Times,” Oklahoma. Okmulgee., Y, Y.
Randall Parker. Randall M. Parker, born on April 25, 1947, moved to Heaven on February 18, 1999. Although he was born in Columbia, Missouri, he was raised and lived most of his life in Okmulgee, Oklahoma where he graduated from Okmulgee High School. Randy served in the Army as a drill instructor before graduating from Northeastern State University with honors. Many; of his younger years were spent as a professional rodeo cowboy. It was during graduate school and as a member of the Northeastern State University rodeo team that he met his future wife, Sherry, who was a member of the Kansas State rodeo team. Randy and his wife, Sherry, helped his father Byron, and mother, Ernestine, run a number of restaurants in Okmulgee and surrounding communities for many years. Among his many vocations, Randy made a living as a cowboy, school teacher, airline pilot, retail business owner and manager, and most recently as a stock broker in Tulsa. Randy also had a passion for the out of doors and espcially for flying. He enjoyed snow skiing, scuba diving, fly fishing, biking, boating and many other outdoor activities. He was particularly adept at story tellling. Randy never met a stranger and had many friends. He always had a smile and could always make one laugh. Randy wa a devoted husband and father. Randy and Sherry spent 24 years of marriage growing, sharing and loving in the Lord. Randy was extrememly proud of his daughter, Jennifer, who shares many of her father's traits, interests and passions. He was active in his Sunday school class at First United Methodist Church of Tulsa. Randy is survived by his wife, Sherry; daughter, Jennifer; and parents, Byron and Ernestine Cook Parker. A memorial service will be held at 11 a.m., Monday, Febuary 22, 1999 at the First United Methodist Church, 10th and Boulder, Tulsa, Okla. The fmaily requests that in lieu of flowers, donations be made to the Jennifer Parker Scholarship Fund, c/o Account Number 900221054 State Bank, 502 South Main Mall, Tulsa, Okla, 74103. Services are under the direction of the Ninde Funeral Home of Tulsa, 918-742-5556. Paid Obituary.
YES
YES
3851. “"Social Security Death Index," database,” Social Security Administration, Y, Y.
Tulsa World (OK) - July 15, 2003. Deceased Name STEKOLL - Philip Herbert. STEKOLL - Philip Herbert, passed away July 12, 2003. Philip was born December 11, 1922 to Sarah and Louis Stekoll in Tulsa, OK. When he was 6 days old, his family moved to Okmulgee where he had remained ever since. He was preceded in death by his wife of 48 years, Sara Lande and is survived by: 2 daughters, Rosalind Gibson of Las Vegas, NV and Louise Blumenthal of Oklahoma City; 4 grandchildren, Samalee Mtuszak and Uriah Gibson of Las Vegas and John and Sam Blumenthal of Oklahoma City, OK; 3 great-grandchildren, Kenton, Jacob and Issac with 2 more due in the fall. Remarried to Aleen Clayton in 2000, he was once again blessed. With her came Margaret, Tom, Rocky and Jerry, all of whom have become part of the family. Phil graduated from Okmulgee High School and Oklahoma University. His studies were interrupted when he answered the call to serve his country and joined the Navy. He completed his degree in Business upon his return. A retired Social Worker for the Department of Human Services, he helped many people. He also operated the family business, Stekoll Pipe and Supply. Phil was described as Okmulgee's Humanitarian. Countless people have shared with the family how he touched their lives. He was a lifetime member and Past President of Rotary International, Okmulgee Chapter BPOE, "365 Players,_ where as a stand-up comedian he performed at numerous charitable events. Phil served on many community service committees and projects. He was a wonderful and loving person who knew how to make you smile. Philip was a member of B'nai Emunah Synagogue. Should you choose to remember him, please make a charitable contribution to the charity of your choice. Graveside service will be held 1 PM, Tuesday;, July 15, 2003 in the New B'nai Emunah Section of Rose Hill Cemetery in Tulsa. Condolences may also be paid to the family following the graveside service from 3 PM to 5 PM at his home, 1730 Elm Lane in Okmulgee. The family wishes to express their appreciation to Dr. Ajanaku and the staff of Okmulgee Memorial Hospital for the fine care he received. The Fitzgerald Ivy Chapel, 585-1151.

YES
YES
3852. “1910 U.S. census, Ancestry.com, Digital images,” Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, http://www.Ancestry.com: National Archives and Records Administration, 2006, Y, Y.
Census1910 Philadelphia, 420 Owen St., note spelling Kauffman
94.Harry Kaufman,head,30[1880],married3years1907},bRussia,spYiddish,FbRussia,sp Yiddish,MbRussia,spYiddish,imm1904,Pa[pers],spEng,MerchantDryGoods,literate,rent
95?Cb?DTillie,?C/b?Dwife,25[1885],bRomania,spYiddish,FbRom,spYiddish,MbRomania,
spYiddish, imm1903,spEng
96.Lillie,daughter,2[1908],bPenn,FRus,spYiddish,MRom,spYiddish
97JennieSchwartz,sister-in-law,12[1898],bRomania,spYiddish,FbRomania,sp Yiddish,MbRom,spYiddish,spEng,literate
YES
YES

Census1910 Philadelphia, 420 Owen St., note spelling Kauffman
94.Harry Kaufman,head,30[1880],married3years1907},bRussia,spYiddish,FbRussia,sp Yiddish,MbRussia,spYiddish,imm1904,Pa[pers],spEng,MerchantDryGoods,literate,rent
95?Cb?DTillie,?C/b?Dwife,25[1885],bRomania,spYiddish,FbRom,spYiddish,
MbRomania,s;Yiddish, imm1903,spEng
96.Lillie,daughter,2[1908],bPenn,FRus,spYiddish,MRom,spYiddish
97JennieSchwartz,sister-in-law,12[1898],bRomania,spYiddish,FbRomania,sp Yiddish,MbRom,spYiddish,spEng,literate
YES

Census1910 Philadelphia, 420 Owen St., note spelling Kauffman
94.?Cb?DHarry Kaufman?C/b?D,head,30[1880],married3years1907},bRussia,spYiddish,FbRussia,spYiddish,MbRussia,sp Yiddish,imm1904,Papers],spEng,MerchantDryGoods,literate,rent
95Tillie,wife,25[1885],bRomania,spYiddish,FbRom,spYiddish,
MbRomania,spYiddish, imm1903,spEng
96.Lillie,daughter,2[1908],bPenn,FRus,spYiddish,MRom,spYiddish
97JennieSchwartz,sister-in-law,12[1898],bRomania,spYiddish,FbRomania,sp Yiddish,MbRom,spYiddish,spEng,literate
YES
YES

Census1910 Philadelphia, 420 Owen St., note spelling Kauffman
94.?Cb?DHarry Kaufman?C/b?D,head,30[1880],married3years1907},bRussia,spYiddish,FbRussia,sp Yiddish,MbRussia,spYiddish,imm1904,Pa[pers],spEng,MerchantDryGoods,literate,rent
95Tillie,wife,25[1885],bRomania,spYiddish,FbRom,spYiddish,
MbRomania,s;Yiddish, imm1903,spEng
96.Lillie,daughter,2[1908],bPenn,FRus,spYiddish,MRom,spYiddish
97JennieSchwartz,sister-in-law,12[1898],bRomania,spYiddish,FbRomania,sp Yiddish,MbRom,spYiddish,spEng,literate
YES

Census1910 Philadelphia, 420 Owen St., note spelling Kauffman
94.Harry Kaufman,head,30[1880],married3years1907},bRussia,spYiddish,FbRussia,sp Yiddish,MbRussia,spYiddish,imm1904,Pa[pers],spEng,MerchantDryGoods,literate,rent
95Tillie,wife,25[1885],bRomania,spYiddish,FbRom,spYiddish,MbRomania,s;
Yiddish, imm1903,spEng
96.Lillie,daughter,2[1908],bPenn,FRus,spYiddish,MRom,spYiddish
97JennieSchwartz,sister-in-law,12[1898],bRomania,spYiddish,FbRomania,sp Yiddish,MbRom,spYiddish,spEng,literate
YES

Census1910 Philadelphia, 420 Owen St., note spelling Kauffman
94.?Cb?DHarry Kaufman?C/b?D,head,30[1880],married3years1907},bRussia,spYiddish,FbRussia,sp Yiddish,MbRussia,spYiddish,imm1904,Pa[pers],spEng,MerchantDryGoods,literate,rent
95Tillie,wife,25[1885],bRomania,spYiddish,FbRom,spYiddish,
MbRomania,s;Yiddish, imm1903,spEng
96.Lillie,daughter,2[1908],bPenn,FRus,spYiddish,MRom,spYiddish
97JennieSchwartz,sister-in-law,12[1898],bRomania,spYiddish,FbRomania,sp Yiddish,MbRom,spYiddish,spEng,literate
YES
YES

Census1910 Philadelphia, 420 Owen St., note spelling Kauffman
94.Harry Kaufman,head,30[1880],married3years1907},bRussia,spYiddish,FbRussia,sp Yiddish,MbRussia,spYiddish,imm1904,Pa[pers],spEng,MerchantDryGoods,literate,rent
95Tillie?Cb?D,?C/b?Dwife,25[1885],bRomania,spYiddish,FbRom,spYiddish,
MbRomania,spYiddish, imm1903,spEng
96?Cb?D.Lillie?C/b?D,daughter,2[1908],bPenn,FRus,spYiddish,MRom,spYiddish
97JennieSchwartz,sister-in-law,12[1898],bRomania,spYiddish,FbRomania,sp Yiddish,MbRom,spYiddish,spEng,literate
YES
YES

Census1910 Philadelphia, 420 Owen St., note spelling Kauffman
94.Harry Kaufman,head,30[1880],married3years1907},bRussia,spYiddish,FbRussia,sp Yiddish,MbRussia,spYiddish,imm1904,Pa[pers],spEng,MerchantDryGoods,literate,rent
95Tillie?Cb?D,?C/b?Dwife,25[1885],bRomania,spYiddish,FbRom,spYiddish,
MbRomania,s;Yiddish, imm1903,spEng
96?Cb?D.Lillie?C/b?D,daughter,2[1908],bPenn,FRus,spYiddish,MRom,spYiddish
97JennieSchwartz,sister-in-law,12[1898],bRomania,spYiddish,FbRomania,sp Yiddish,MbRom,spYiddish,spEng,literate
YES

Census1910 Philadelphia, 420 Owen St., note spelling Kauffman
94.Harry Kaufman,head,30[1880],married3years1907},bRussia,spYiddish,FbRussia,sp Yiddish,MbRussia,spYiddish,imm1904,Pa[pers],spEng,MerchantDryGoods,literate,rent
95Tillie?Cb?D,?C/b?Dwife,25[1885],bRomania,spYiddish,FbRom,spYiddish,MbRomania,s;Yiddish, imm1903,spEng
96?Cb?D.?C/b?DLillie,daughter,2[1908],bPenn,FRus,spYiddish,MRom,spYiddish
97?Cb?DJennie?C/b?DSchwartz,sister-in-law,12[1898],bRomania,spYiddish,FbRomania,sp Yiddish,MbRom,spYiddish,spEng,literate
YES
YES

Census1910 Philadelphia, 420 Owen St., note spelling Kauffman
94.?Cb?DHarry Kaufman?C/b?D,head,30[1880],married3years1907},bRussia,spYiddish,FbRussia,sp Yiddish,MbRussia,spYiddish,imm1904,Pa[pers],spEng,MerchantDryGoods,literate,rent
95Tillie,wife,25[1885],bRomania,spYiddish,FbRom,spYiddish,MbRomania,
spYiddish, imm1903,spEng
96.Lillie,daughter,2[1908],bPenn,FRus,spYiddish,MRom,spYiddish
97JennieSchwartz,sister-in-law,12[1898],bRomania,spYiddish,FbRomania,sp Yiddish,MbRom,spYiddish,spEng,literate
YES
3854. “Birth Certificates.,” Romania. Ploesti., Y, Y, Arhivele Nationale, Directia Judeteana Prahova, Arhivele Nationale, Directia Judeteana PrahovaStr. Logofat Tautu 3Poeiesti, jud. Prahova RomaniaArhivele Nationale, Directia Judeteana PrahovaStr. Logofat Tautu 3Poeiestijud. PrahovaRomania, 0040-244-525307.
YES
3855. “RomaniaBucharestFeldmanJeanetaBirthRegis,” Romania. Bucharest., Y, Y.
Register of births No. 264. Birth certificate of Jeaneta, female, twin sister of Moritz, born in Bucharest the day before yesterday at 6 and a quarter a.m. in the house of her parents in suburb Popescu, Negru Voda Str. No. 23, legitimate daughter of Iancu Feldman, 22 years old, money lender, and Sali Feldman, 18, born Fucs. Delclaration made by the father who presented us the child. Witnesses: Mortiz Landes, 42, tailor, Spaniola Str. 23; Gabriel Emanuel, 26, servant, Palestrina Str. 19, who signed together with colonel Ion Barothi, vice-mayor and Registrar district I.

YES
YES
3856. “RomaniaBucharestFeldmanMorrisBirthRegister,” Romania. Bucharest., Y, Y.
1883 September 18, 1 p.m. Birth Certificate of Moritz, male, born in Bucharest the day before yeesterday at 6 a.m. in the house of his parents in suburb Popescu, Negru Voda Str. No. 23, legitimate son of Iancu Feldman, 22 years old, money lender, and Sali Feldman, 18, born Fucs. Declaration made by the father who presented us the child. Witnesses: Moritz Landes, 42, Tailor, Spaniola Str. 23; Gabriel Emmanuel, 26, servant, Palestina Str. 19, who signed together with colonel Ion Barothi, vice-mayor and Registrar disrict I.

YES
YES
3857. “"1875",” Bucharest., Y, Y.
YES
3858. “Momumental inscriptions,” (Ploesti, Romania), monumental inscription., Y, Y.
YES
YES
3859. “RomaniaPloestiSchwartzMarieBirth1880,” Romania. Ploesti., Y, Y.
YES
3860. “Birth Certificates.,” Ploesti. Romania., Y, Y, Ploesti State Archives, Ploesti State ArchivesPloesti RomaniaPloesti State ArchivesPloestiRomania.
YES
YES
3861. “Marriage register.,” Romania. Ploesti., Y, Y, Ploesti City Hall, Ploesti City HallPloesti RomaniaPloesti City HallPloestiRomania.
YES
3862. “Birth Certificates.,” Ploesti. Romania., Y, Y, Ploesti State Archives, Ploesti State ArchivesPloesti RomaniaPloesti State ArchivesPloestiRomania.
Reg. of births No. 615. 1893 June 6, 10.30 a.m. Birth certificate of Sabina, female, Jewish, under Romanian protection, born yesterday at 12 at noon in the house of her parents in Ploiesti, Tirgsoru Str. 85. Sf. Imparati suburb, legitimate daugher of Ozias Sfartz, 35, taylor, and Leia born Moise, 30. Declaration done by the father who preseted us the chilod. Witnesses: Itic Pavel, 56, taylor, resid. in the suburb Sfinta Vineri, and Isac Mendel, 32, worker, resid. in the suburb Sfinti Imparati, both acquaintances of the father of the child who signed together with N. V. Tirgsoreanu, Registrar. The father and the witnesses cannot write.

YES
YES
3863. “Marriage Certificates.,” Romania., Y, Y.
YES
3864. “"1885",” Romania. Ploiesti., Y, Y.
YES
3865. “"1883",” Romania. Ploiesti., Y, Y.
YES
3866. “Synagogue Emanu-el Cemetery (Charleston, Charleston, South Carolina). Grave markers.,” Y, Y.
Ellen Feder Robin, March 8, 1921 - February 14, 1967

YES
YES
3867. “Charleston News and Courier,” South Carolina. Charleston., Y, Y.
Mrs. Ellen Robin, wife of Belvin H. Robin of 354 Grove St., died at a local convalescent home yesterday. Funeral services were held yesterday at 3 p.m. in Stuhr's Downtown Funeral Chapel. Burial was in Emanuel Cemetery in Maryville. Honorary pallbearers were Eli Streit, Leon Sabel, Irving Sorenshine, Herbert Steinert, Lou Fried, Max Kershstein, Moses Sharnoff, Dr. Ranmond Rosenblum, Dr. Morey Lipton and Morris Rosen. Pallbearers were Jack Schwartz, Herman Kurtz, Jerome Levinson, Manny Applebaum, Moses D. Goldberg and Simon Sharnoff. Mrs. Robin swas born March 8, 1921 in Flint Michigan daughter of Frank Feder and Mrs. Clara Kaufman Feder. Surviving in additiion to her husband are two sons, Keith Robin and Bernard Robin both of Charleston; three sisters, Mrs. Mike Toporek and Mrs. S Irving Goldberg both of Charleston and Mrs. Martin Kurkhill of Poughkeepsie, N.Y.; a brother, Morris Feder of Battle Creek, Mich.

YES
YES
3868. “1930 U.S. census, Ancestry.com, Digital images,” South Carolina, Charleston, http://www.Ancestry.com: National Archives and Records Administration, 2002, Y, Y.
Census 1930, Charleston, SC, 95 Ogler St.
65.LouisToporek,head,Rent$40/m,42[1888],mar@22,literate,bPoland,FbPoland,
MbPoland,spPolish,imm1917,naturalized,spEng,traveling salesman,dry goods(4290)
66.Edith,wife,42[1888],m@24,literate,bPoland,FbPoland,MbPoland,spPolish,
imm1920,naturalized,spEng
67.Hyman,son,20[1910],bPoland,FbPoland,MbPoland,spPolish,naturalized,spEng,
traveling salesman,dry goods(4290)
68.Michael,son,18[1912],bPoland,FbPoland,MbPoland,imm1920,natualized,spEng,
clerk,retail store(8340)
69.Rosalie,daughter,7[1923],bSC,FbSC,MbSC
70.Irving,son,1 3/12[1928],bSC,FbSC,MbSC
YES
YES
3869. “Synagogue Emanu-el Cemetery (Charleston, Charleston, South Carolina). Grave markers.,” Y, Y.
Mike S. Toporek. Kamiaru 1. 1912 - March 2, 1993, His Zest for Life Will be Remembered

YES
YES
3870. “Synagogue Emanu-el Cemetery (Charleston, Charleston, South Carolina). Grave markers.,” Y, Y.
Rose Feder, December 30, 1916 - October 22, 1989, Beloved Wife and Mother

YES
YES
3871. “ The Greenville News,” South Carolina. Greenville., http://www.greenvilleonline.com: 14 Feb 2003, Y, Y.
Charlotte Kaufman Katz, 87, widow of Herbert Fedder Katz, formerly of Greenville, died Wednesday, Feb. 12, 2003, at Huntersville Oaks Nursing Center in Huntersville, N.C. Born in Jacksonville, Fla., she ws the daughater of the late Ellis and Annie Kline Kaufman. She was a member of Congregation Beth Israel and Beth Israel Sisterhood. For many years, she did volunteer work for the TB Hospital, and also for Shriners Hosital for Crippled Children. Surviving are a daughter, Susan Katz Doobrow, of Charlotte, N.C., a son, Alvin W. Katz of Charleston; a brother, Alfred Kaufman, of Greenville; and four grandchildren. Graveside services will be today, Feb. 14, at 1 p.m., at Beth Israel Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to Shriners Hospital for Children, 950 W. Faris Road, Greenville, SC 29605 - The Mackey Mortuary, Century Drive.

YES
YES
3872. “1930 U.S. census, Ancestry.com, Digital images,” South Carolina, Greenville, http://www.Ancestry.com: National Archives and Records Administration, 2002, Y, Y.
Census 1930, Greenville, SC, 303 East Stone Avenue
44VictorDavis,head,Rent$40/m,Radio,36[1894],m@26[1920],literate,bornTurke,FbTurkey,MbTurkey,Spanis,imm1912,alien,spEng,
MerchantAutoBatter(7889-inclAutoAccesoryStore,emp
45?Cb?DMollie?C/b?D,wife,24[1896],m@24[1920],literate,bBesserabia,FbBesserabia,Mb
Besserabia,spRussian,alien,spEng
46Jack,son,8[1922],bMichigan,FbTurkey,MbBesserabia
47Alex,son,7[1923],bMichigan,FbTurkey,MbBesserabia
48Louis,son,5[1925],bSouthCarolina,FbTurkey,MbBesserabia
YES
YES

Census 1930, Greenville, SC, 303 East Stone Avenue
44VictorDavis,head,Rent$40/m,Radio,36[1894],m@26[1920],literate,bornTurke,FbTurkey,MbTurkey,Spanis,imm1912,alien,spEng,
MerchantAutoBatter(7889-inclAutoAccesoryStore,emp
45?Cb?DMollie,?C/b?Dwife,24[1896],m@24[1920],literate,bBesserabia,FbBesserabia,Mb
Besserabia,spRussian,alien,spEng
46Jack,son,8[1922],bMichigan,FbTurkey,MbBesserabia
47Alex,son,7[1923],bMichigan,FbTurkey,MbBesserabia
48Louis,son,5[1925],bSouthCarolina,FbTurkey,MbBesserabia
YES

Census 1930, Greenville, SC, 303 East Stone Avenue
44?Cb?DVictorDavis?C/b?D,head,Rent$40/m,Radio,36[1894],m@26[1920],literate,bornTurke,FbTurkey,MbTurkey,Spanis,imm1912,alien,spEng,
MerchantAutoBatter(7889-inclAutoAccesoryStore,emp
45Mollie,wife,24[1896],m@24[1920],literate,bBesserabia,FbBesserabia,Mb
Besserabia,spRussian,alien,spEng
46Jack,son,8[1922],bMichigan,FbTurkey,MbBesserabia
47Alex,son,7[1923],bMichigan,FbTurkey,MbBesserabia
48Louis,son,5[1925],bSouthCarolina,FbTurkey,MbBesserabia
YES
YES

Census 1930, Greenville, SC, 303 East Stone Avenue
44VictorDavis,head,Rent$40/m,Radio,36[1894],m@26[1920],literate,bornTurke,FbTurkey,MbTurkey,Spanis,imm1912,alien,spEng,
MerchantAutoBatter(7889-inclAutoAccesoryStore,emp
45Mollie,wife,24[1896],m@24[1920],literate,bBesserabia,FbBesserabia,Mb
Besserabia,spRussian,alien,spEng
46?Cb?DJack?C/b?D,son,8[1922],bMichigan,FbTurkey,MbBesserabia
47Alex,son,7[1923],bMichigan,FbTurkey,MbBesserabia
48Louis,son,5[1925],bSouthCarolina,FbTurkey,MbBesserabia
YES
YES

Census 1930, Greenville, SC, 303 East Stone Avenue
44VictorDavis,head,Rent$40/m,Radio,36[1894],m@26[1920],literate,bornTurke,FbTurkey,MbTurkey,Spanis,imm1912,alien,spEng,
MerchantAutoBatter(7889-inclAutoAccesoryStore,emp
45Mollie,wife,24[1896],m@24[1920],literate,bBesserabia,FbBesserabia,Mb
Besserabia,spRussian,alien,spEng
46Jack,son,8[1922],bMichigan,FbTurkey,MbBesserabia
47?Cb?DAlex?C/b?D,son,7[1923],bMichigan,FbTurkey,MbBesserabia
48Louis,son,5[1925],bSouthCarolina,FbTurkey,MbBesserabia
YES
YES

Census 1930, Greenville, SC, 303 East Stone Avenue
44VictorDavis,head,Rent$40/m,Radio,36[1894],m@26[1920],literate,bornTurke,FbTurkey,MbTurkey,Spanis,imm1912,alien,spEng,
MerchantAutoBatter(7889-inclAutoAccesoryStore,emp
45Mollie,wife,24[1896],m@24[1920],literate,bBesserabia,FbBesserabia,Mb
Besserabia,spRussian,alien,spEng
46Jack,son,8[1922],bMichigan,FbTurkey,MbBesserabia
47Alex,son,7[1923],bMichigan,FbTurkey,MbBesserabia
48?Cb?DLouis?C/b?D,son,5[1925],bSouthCarolina,FbTurkey,MbBesserabia
YES
YES

Census 1930, Greenville, SC, 303 East Stone Avenue
44?Cb?DVictorDavis?C/b?D,head,Rent$40/m,Radio,36[1894],m@26[1920],literate,bornTurke,FbTurkey,MbTurkey,Spanis,imm1912,alien,spEng,
MerchantAutoBatter(7889-inclAutoAccesoryStore,emp
45Mollie,wife,24[1896],m@24[1920],literate,bBesserabia,FbBesserabia,
MbBesserabia,spRussian,alien,spEng
46Jack,son,8[1922],bMichigan,FbTurkey,MbBesserabia
47Alex,son,7[1923],bMichigan,FbTurkey,MbBesserabia
48Louis,son,5[1925],bSouthCarolina,FbTurkey,MbBesserabia
YES
YES
3873. “Charleston News and Couriers,” South Carolina. Charleston., Y, Y.
Rose Feder Toporek of 1720 Wallenberg Blvd., died Sunday in a local nursing home. The funeral well be at 3 p.m. today in Emanu-El Cemetery, Maryville. Burial will be directed by Stuhr's Downtown Chapel. Mrs. Toporek ws born Dec. 30, 1916 in New York, a daughter of Frank Feder and Clara Kaufman Feder. She attended New York schools and was a member of Synagogue Emanu-El. Surviving are her husband, Mike S. Toporek; two sons, Dr. Stanley D. Toporek and Eddie S. Toporek, both of Charleston; a daughter, Claire T. Holtsford of Atlanta; two sisters, Shirley Goldberg of Charleston and Sylvia Kurkhill of Poughkeepsie, N.Y.; and six granchildren.

YES
3874. “Charleston Post and Courier,” South Carolina. Charleston., Y, Y.
Samuel Irwin "Sonny" Goldberg, known by generations of Charlestonians as the city's "King Street Singer," died Friday in a local hospital. He ws 74. "His death is a very sad occasion for Charleston," said Mayor Joseph P. Riley Jr. "A very special part of Charleston was lost when Sonny Goldberg died.." The funeral will be at noon Sunday at Stuhr's Downtown Chapel. Burial will be in Brith Sholom Beth Israel Cemetery. Goldberg, nicknamed "Sonny" as a child because his father liked to sing Al Jolson's "Sonny Boy," was instantly recognizeable in Charleston. That was because of his more than 40 years of radio, television and newpaper ads that promoted his furniture business. "His personality had become an ingrained part of our city's life," Riley said. "On King Street, as the King Street Singer, he was loved by all." J. Douglas Donehue, who knew Goldberg for more than 40 years, remembered him as a "gentle man. He would do anything in the world for you. He had great compassion for people who were needy. He was my best friend and one of the highest-profile Charlestonians ever known." Another person who knew him well was Maier Hyman. They were neighbors and walking buddies for more than 25 years. "I can honestly say he was one of the most honest and truthful persons I ever met. I never kew him to tell a lie. He was very extroverted. He liked to know everybody. He was a good ambassador for Charleston," Hyman said. Goldberg was a devout Orthodox Jew and a member of Brith Sholom Beth Israel Synagogue. Hyman said Goldberg was a man who truly loved his faith. "His greatest joy was going to the synagogue on Saturday. He got the biggest pleasure out of that. He really loved his religion more than any person I know," he said. Goldberg closed his business on Saturdays in observance of the Jewish Sabbath and opened it on Sunday. Because of that, he became known for fighting South Carolina's Blue Laws in the 1960s. The Blue Laws prohibited certain retail stores from operating on Sunday. The fight lasted until 1971, when the laws were amended to provide some relief for Jewish merchants. Since then, the laws have been relaxed to allow almost all businesses to open on Sundays. Goldberg was born Aug. 22, 1922, in Charleston, a son of J. L. Goldberg and Sara Kirshtein Goldberg. Goldberg, who attended Charleston schools, followed in his family's footsteps in the furniture business. His father had worked in the furniture business for years, and in 1934, opened his own furniture store in Charleston. The youger Godlberg worked routes, sold furniture and collected payments. He helped run his father's store for years, and, in 1981, he opened Sonny Goldberg's Furniture Center on King Street. The name the "King Street Singer" came about in 1955, after Goldberg was approached about buying advertising time on the radio for this father's business. " I didn't have so much faith in radio advertising in 1955, "Goldberg said in a newspaper article. "I had a big newspaper ad. Then this guy came to talk me into radio time. I told him I would try it for a week without the newspaper. It laid an egg. He came back to me. I said, "I can't spend more money. I've got to watch my father's money.' He says, 'Suppose I bring you an idea?'" Gold berg never turned his back on an idea. It was for the King Street Singer. The early format for the radio and TV commercials had Goldberg singing a couple of bars of his serenade. The song was writtne by Jack Gale. Surviving are his wife, Shirley Feder Goldberg; a daughter, Judy Goldberg Obstbaum of Charleston; three sons, Dr. Frank E. Goldberg of New Orleans, Robert B. Goldberg of Atlanta and Dr. Alan K. Goldberg of Silver Spring, Md.; a brother, Moses D. Goldberg of Charleston; two sisters, Esther G. Streit of Charleston and Faye G. Fried of Lake Worth, Fla.; and eight grandchildren.
YES
YES

Samuel Irwin "Snny" Goldberg, known by generations of Charlestonians as the city's "King Street Singer," died Friday in a local hospital. He ws 74.
YES
YES
3875. “Charleston Post and Courier,” South Carolina. Charleston., http://www.legacy.com/obituaries/charleston: 21 Jan 2010, Y, Y.
Shirley Feder Goldberg Glastonbury, CT - Shirley Feder Goldberg entered into eternal rest on the morning of January 20, 2010. She was the widow of Samuel Irwin "Sonny" Goldberg, also known as "The King Street Singer". Besidence, Glastonbury, CT, formerly of Charleston, SC. The realtives and friends are invited to attend her funeral service at the graveside in Brith Sholom Beth Israel Cemetery, "Maryville", Friday, January 22, 2010 at ten-thirty o'clock. Mrs Goldberg was born September 24, 1924, in New York City, NY, the daughter of Frank Feder and Clara Kaufman Feer. She was a member of Brith Sholom Beth Israel Synagogue. She is suvivied by one daughter, Judy G. (Marty) Markowitz of Charleston, SC; three sons, Dr. Frank E. (Arlene) Goldberg of Hartford, CT, Robert B. (Sally) Goldberg of Atlanta, GA and Dr. Alan K (Martee) Goldberg of Silver Spring, Maryland, one sister, Syvia F. Kurkhill of Poughkeepsie, NY, nine grandchildren and two great grandchildren. Memorials may be made to Brith Sholom Beth Israel Synagogue, 182 Rutledge Avenue, Charleson, SC 29403. Arrangments by J. Henry Stuhr, Inc., Downtown Chapel. Visit our guestbook at www.postandcourier.com/deaths.

YES
YES
3876. “Charleston Post and Courier,” South Carolina. Charleston., Y, Y.
Mike S. Toporek, 80, of Charleston, a retired retail shoe merchant, died Wednesday in a Mount Pleasanat nursing home. The funeral will be at 1 p.m. Sunday in Emanuel Cemetery, Maryville. Burial will be directed by Stuhr's Downtown Chapel. Mr. Toporek was born in Warsaw, Poland, a son of Louis Toporek and Edith M. Toporek. He was a former member of the National Guard and a life member of the Charleston Elks Lodge and Charleston Rifle Club. He was a member of Emanuel Synagogue. Surviving are two sons, Dr. Stanley D. Toporek and Edwin S. Toporek, both of Charleston; a daughter, Claire T Holtsford of Atlanta; a brother, Irving Toporek of Charleston; a sister, Roselee Gellman of Charleston; and six grandchildren.

YES
YES
3877. “1920 U.S. census, Ancestry.com, Digital images,” South Carolina, Richland, http://www.Ancestry.com: National Archives and Records Administration, 2005, Y, Y.
Census 1920, Columbia, SC, 1315 Park Ave.
72.EllisKuffman,head,rent,28[1892],imm1908,naturalized1915,bRussia,spYiddish,
FbRussia,spYiddish,MbRussia,spYiddish,junk dealer
73.Annie,wife,26[1896],imm1902,naturalized,bRussia,spYiddish,FbRussia,spYiddish,
MbRussia,spYiddish
74.Sarah,daughter,7[1913],bFL
75.Charlet,daughter,4[1916],bFL
YES
YES
3878. “1930 U.S. census, Ancestry.com, Digital images,” South Carolinga, Greenville, http://www.Ancestry.com: National Archives and Records Administration, 2002, Y, Y.
Census 1930, Greenville, South Carolina, 202 W. Park Ave.
51.AnnieKKaufman,head,rent$50/m,radio,36[1894],1m17[1901],literate,bEurope,
FbEurope,MbEurope,imm1898,naturalized,spEng,own auto supply co
52.BarnardKaufman,brother-in-law,29[1901],bEurope,FbEurope,MbEurope,
imm1915,naturalized,spEng,own auto supply co.
53.Sara, daughter,18[1912],bFL,FbEurope,MbEurope
54.Charlotte,daughter,16[1914],bSC,FbEurope,MbEurope
YES
YES
3879. “US Citizenship and Immigration, Genealogy Program, US Department of Homeland Security.,” Michigan, Y, Y.
YES
YES
3880. “US Citizenship and Immigration Services, Genealogy Program, US Department of Homeland Security.,” South Carolina, Y, Y.
YES
YES
3881. “ The Greenville News,” South Carolina. Greenville., http://www.greenvilleonline.com: 29 May 2007, Y, Y.
Alex Davis, husband of the late Lillian Davis, died Sunday, May 27, 2007. Born November 1922 in Greenville, S.C., he was the son of the late Victor and Mollie Davis. Mr. Davis was the co-owner and operator, retired, of Davis Enterprises. He was a member of Congregation Beth Israel, where he servede as past president and financial secretary. He was a charter member and served as past president and treasurer of Beth Israel Cemetery.. As a charter member of the Sertoma Club of Greenville, he served on numerous committees. He also served in the Wasde Hampton Masons for 40 years and was a member of the Hejaz Temple of the Shrine. A veteran of World War II, he served our country in the United Sttes Air Force for three years. Preceding him in death, including his wife, was a brother, Louis P. Davis. Surviving are his daughter, Bobbie Jean Rovner, his son and daughter-in-law, Dean and Sandy Davis, and his brother and sister-in-law, Jack P. and Sara Davis, all of Greenville, S.C. Also surviving are his five grandchildren, Karyn Rovner-Sklar and husband Marc, Heidi Liner and husband Rich, Shannon Williams, Jay Hawkins and Angie Crain. The family would also like to give special thanks to Ellen Syles, Faye Wolfe, Nancy McElhannon, Marty Hertzler, Diane Unfried and Bonnie McKinsey for their loving care to Mr. Davis. Funeral services will be conducted Wednesday, May 30, 2007, at 11 a.m. at the Beth Israel Synagogue, with Rabbi Dov Rubin officiating. Burial will follow in Beth Israel Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, memborials may be made to Congregation Beth Israel, 425 Sumit Drive, Greenville, SC 29609. The Mackey Mortuary, Century Drive.

YES
YES
3882. “ The Greenville News,” South Carolina. Greenville., http://www.greenvilleonline.com: 8 June 2006, Y, Y.
Louis P. Davis, 81, husband of Lois Anoff Davis, and the late Eleanore G. Davis, of 7 Stone Lake Drive, died June 6, 2006. Born in Greenville, he was a son of the late Victor and Mollie Kaufmann Davis. Mr. Davis was the co-owner of auto parts stores and served in the U.S. Army. Surviving, in addition to his wife, are his daughter and son-in-law, Deborah and Bob Usher of Baltimore, Md.; two brothers, Jack Davis and his wife Sarah, and Alex Davis, all of Greenville; his daughter-in-law, Kathy Davis McDonald of Columbia; 11 grandchildren; and one great-grandchild. He was predeceased by his son, Dr. Richard J. Davis. Graveside services will be Friday at 12 p.m. at Beth Israel Cemetery at Graceland West Cemetery, with Rabbi Dov Rubin officiating. Burial will follow in Beth Israel Cemetery. Memorials may be made to the American Cancer Society, 154 Milestone Way, Greenville, SC 29615. The Mackey Mortuary, 311 Centry Drive.

YES
YES
3883. “The Greenville News,” South Carolina. Greenville., Y, Y.
Victor Piha Davis, 63, president of Davis Auto Parts Co., of 25 Byrd Blvd., died at a local hospital Sunday at 1 p. m. following a sudden illness. He had been in declining health for several years. He was born on the Island of Rhodes, a son of the late David Piha and Bolissa Alihadeff Piha, and had lived in this courtry for 50 years. Mr. Davis lived in Flint, Mich., before coming to Greenville 36 years ago. Mr. Davis was a member of Congregation Beth Israel, B'nai B'rith, Zionist Organization of America, Walden Lodge, AFM, the Greenville Lodge of Perfection and the Hejaz Temple of the Shrine. Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Mollie Kaufman Davis; three sons, Jack Davis, Alex Davis and Louis Davis, all of Greenville; a sister, Mrs. Esther Frisco and a brother, Albert Piha, both of Atlanta, and five grandchildren. Funeral Sevices were to be conducted today at 2 p. m. at the Mackey Mortuary. Burial was to be in Beth Israel Cemetery.

YES
3884. “Greenville News,” South Carolina. Greenville., Y, Y.
Frank Feder. Frank Feder, long-time Greenville resident, died yesterday in Charleston where he had made his home recently. Mr. Feder was a native of Austria, having been born there Febrary 10, 1892. He was of the Jewish faith. He was a former auto parts salesman with Kaufman Brothers of this city. Among the surviviors are one son, Morris Feder; four daughters, Mrs. Mike Toporek, Mrs. S. I. Goldberg, Miss Sylvia Feder and Mrs. B. H. Robin. Also surviving are two brothers, Karl Feder and Paul Feder. The body will be brought to Greenville tomorrow for services at 2 o'clock at Mackey mortuary. Inerment will be in Beth Israel Cemetery. Futher Announcements will be made from the offices of James F. Mackey & Sons.

YES
YES
3885. “1930 U.S. census, Ancestry.com, Digital images,” South Carolina, Greenville, http:www.Ancestry.com: National Archives and Records Administration, 2002, Y, Y.
Census 1930, Greenville, SC, 219 East Stone Ave.
98.FrankFader,head,rent$30/m,58[1892],literate,m@24,bAustria,FbAustria,
MbAustria,imm1912,naturalized,spEng,salesman,auto supplies(4589)
99.Clar,wife,36[1894],literate,m@22,bBesserabia,FbBesserabia,MbBesserabia,
imm1912,naturalized,spEng
100.Rose,daughter,13[1917],bNY,FbAustria,MbBesserabia
1.Morris,son,11[1919],bNY
2.Ellen,daughter,9[1921],bMI
3.Shirley,5[1925],bNY
4.Sylvia,3[1927],bNY
YES
YES
3886. “The Greenville News,” South Carolina. Greenville., Y, Y.
Eleanore Grossman "Ellie" Davis, who was active in volunteer work in Greenville, died June 2, 1994, at the age of 66. Mrs. Davis, of 7 Stone Lake Drive, was born in Vienna, Autria, and had made her home in Greenville since 1946. She was a member of Congregation Beth Israel, the Sisterhood and the National Council of Jewish Women. For many years she was in charge of the Candy Stripers at St. Francis Hospital. She wa a volunteer at Shriner's Hospitals for Crippled Children and was also a volunteer for the Speakers Bureau of the Women's Shelter for Battered Women. Surviving are her husband, Louis Davis of the home; a daughter, Deborah Rose Snyder of Baltimore; and a sister, Lillian Grossman Morris of Las Vegas. Services: 11 a.m. sunday at The Mackey Mortuary. Burial will be in Beth Israel Cemetery. The family is at the residence. Memorials may be made to Congregation Beth Israel Building Fund, 25 Summit Drive, Greenville, S.C. 29609, or to the Heart Association, 301 University Ridge, Greenville, S.C. 29601.

YES
YES
3887. “Greenville News,” South Carolina. Greenville., Y, Y.
Herbert Katz, 49, of 116 Fairview Ave., Northgate Heights, was dead on arrival at a local hospital at 8:05 p.m. yesterday after an attack suffered at his home a short time earlier. Mr. Katz was born in Greenville, was a graduate of Greenville High School and attended the University of North Carolina and the University of Maryland. He was a life member of the Tau Epsilon Phi Fraternity. He was a member of the Greenville Lodge 858 BPO Elks, of the Hejaz Shrine Temple and of the Greenville Kiwanis Club, which he was serving as a director at the time of his death. He was a member of and past president of the Automobile Jobbers Association and had taken an active interest in the civic affairs of the community. He was a member of Beth Israel Synagogue on Townes Street and was a member and past president of the Morris Campell Chapter of B'nai B'rith and had also taken an active interest in the formation of Beth Israel Cemetery for the Jewish families in Greenville. Mr. Katz is survived by his wife Mrs. Charlotte Kaufman Katz, one daughter , Susan Rose Katz, all of Greenville; his parents Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Katz of Miami; two sisters, Mrs. Henry Schwartz of Phillipsburg, N.J. and Mrs. Sam Cohn of Seaforth, N.Y. and one brother, Melvin Katz of Easton, Penn. Funeral arrangements will be announced by The Mackey Mortuary. The family respectfully request that flowers be omitted.

YES
YES
3888. “The Greenville News,” South Carolina. Greenville., Y, Y.
Funeral services for Mrs. Clara K. Feder, wife of Frank Feder of 303 East Stone avenue, have not been completed, but services will be held Sunday morning at 11 o'clock at the Mackey mortuary conducted by Rev. Alter Kirshstien, L Toporek and J. L. Goldberg, all of Charleston. Intement will be in Beth Israel cemetery in Greenville. Mrs. Feder's death occureed at a local hospital at 1:30 o'clock yesterday monigng and followed several months of declining health. She was 50 years of age and was a member of Beth Israel congregation, where she wa also a member of the Ladies' auxiliary. Mr. Feder survives her, with one son, Cpl. Morris Feder; four daughters, Mrs. Mike Toporek, Miss Shirley Feder, Mrs. Belvin Robin and Miss Sylvia Feder: two brothers, Harry Kaufman and B. Kaufman; two sisters, Mrs. Phillip Lobe and Mrs. V. P. Davis, and two grandchildren. Further announcements concerning the arrangements will be made from the offices of James F. Mackey and Sons, morticians, and pending the hour of the service the body will remain at the mortuary.

YES
YES
3889. “The Greenville News,” South Carolina. Greenville., Y, Y.
Mollie Kaufman Davis, 89, of Riverbend Condominiums, died May 31, 1987, at Oakmont Nursing Center. She was a member of Beth Israel Synagogue. Surviving are three sons, Jack P. Davis, Alex Davis and Louis Davis, all of Greenville. Services: 2 p.m. Monday at the Mackey Mortuary with burial in Beth Israel Cemetery. The family is at the home of Jaack Davis, 102 Lake Fairfield Drive, Greenville. Memorials may be made to Beth Israel Synagogue Building Fund, 425 Summit Drive, Greenville, S.C. 29609.

YES
YES
3890. “ The Greenville News,” South Carolina. Greenville., http://www.greenvilleonline.com: 3 August 2008, Y, Y.
Alfred Morris Kaufman, 87, former resident of Mt. Vista Avenue, died Wednesday, July 30, 2008, in York, SC. For the past 2 years he resided at the home of Bobby and Judy Wright and Mary Capps in York, SC. Mr. Kaufman was born on December 1, 1920, the son of the late Alex and Annie Kaufman of Greenville. After graduating from Greenville High School, he attended Clemson University and the University of Alabama. He was the owner of Dixie Shoe Store on South Main Streeet. He was a memeber of Congregation Beth Israel and seved in the Navy during World War II. Surviving is the love of his life, Mary Willis Capps, and her family, as well as 3 nieces and 2 nephews. He was a warm, caring person with a quick smile and a good wit. He was well read on all subjects, loved nature, and especially enjoyed sports and sports trivia. He will be greatly missed by all of those who loved him. Graveside service will be held at Beth Israel Cemetery at 2 p.m. on Sunday, August 3rd, 2008, with Rabbi Marc Wilson officiating. Online registry and obituaries at www.mackeymortuary.com. The Mackey Mortuary, Century Drive.

YES
YES
3892. “Greenville News,” South Carolina. Greenville., Y, Y.
Funeral services for Bernard Kaufman, 53, retired Greenville merchant, will be conducted Friday at 3:30 p.m. at the Mackey Mortuary by Rabbi Martin Rubenstein. Interment will be in Beth Israel Cemetery near Graceland. Pallbearers will be Max Davidson, Leon A. Shain, Reuben Sarlin, Julius H. Bloom, Carl C. Proser and Sol Zaglin. They will meet at the mortuary at 3:30 p.m. The honoray escort also meeting at the mortuary at 3:20 will be Dr. Robert H ... Ligon, Sam Quinn, Herman Robinson, Harry L. Fay, Morris Allen, Rabbi Wrubel of Sartanburg, Meyer Lurey, William Rosenfeld, D. L. Scurry and Tom B. Dickson. Mr. Kaufman died at 4:35 a.m. yesterday at his home, 149 Mount Vista Avenue, after several years of declining health. He was a native of Roumania. In 1914 he emigrated to this country and lived for a time in Flint, Mich., before moving to Greenville in 1920. He had retired from active business four years ago becasue of failing health. Mr. Kaufman was a member of Beth Israel Congregation and former president of the congregation. He was also a member of B'nai Brith. Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Annie Kline Kaufman; one son Alfred Kaufman, Greenville; two daughters, Mrs. A. T. Rothstein, Raleigh, N. C., and Mrs. Herbert Katz, Greenville; two brothers, Harry Kaufman, Miami Beach, Fla., and Abraham Kaufman, Bulgaria; two sisters, Mrs. Rebecca Loeb, Marganza, La., and Mrs. V. P. Davis of this city, and five grandchildren. It is respectfuly requested that flowers be omitted. The body is at the mortuary.

YES
YES
3894. “SouthCarolina,Greenville,MollieDavis,Victor,Jack,Alex,Louis,PetitionforNaturalization,DeclarationofIntention,CertificateofArrival,” US District Court, South Carolina, Y, Y, National Archives Southeast Region, National Archives Southeast Region5780 Jonesboro RoadMorrow, Georgia 30260-3896National Archives Southeast Region5780 Jonesboro RoadMorrowGeorgia30260-3896, 770 968-2100, atlanta.archives@nara.gov, www.archives.gov/southeast.
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YES
3895. “SouthCarolina,Greenville,VictorDavis,Mollie,Jack,Alex,Louis,PetitionforNaturalization,DeclarationofIntention,CertificateofArrival,” Y, Y.
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YES
3896. “The Greenville News,” South Carolina. Greenville., Y, Y.
Lillian Zaglin Davis, 74, of 23 Rockwood Drive, died Jan. 18, 1997. Born in Raleigh, N.C. , she was a daughter of the late Morris and Anne Touchfeld Zaglin. She was a former employee of Shedd's Foods at Donaldson Center and later was with Davis Auto Parts before she retired. She was a member of Congregation Beth Israel, Beth Israel Sisterhood, National Council of Jewish Women and Lockwood Community Club. Surviving are her husband, Alex Davis of the home, a daughter, Bobbie Jean Rovner of Greenville; a son and daughter-in-law, Dean Lawrence and Sandy H. Davis of Greenville; five grandchildren, Karyn Rovner, Heidi Rovener, Shannon Davis, Angie Crane and Kay Hawkins; and two great-grandchildren, L.J. and Jenna Crane. She was predeceased by a brother, Herry Zaglin; and a sister, Pearl Z. Lurey. Omit flowers. Memorials may be made to the Building Fund at Beth Israel Synagogue, 425 Summit Drive, Greenville., S.C. 29609. Servies: 3 p.m. Sunday at The Mackey Mortuary, Century Drive, with Rabbi Steven Kaplan officiating. Burial will be in Beth Israel Cemetery.

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3897. “The Greenville News,” South Carolina. Greenville., Y, Y.
Funeral services for Morris Zaglin, 81, owner of Zaglin's Auto Parts before his retirement, will be conducted today at 2 p.m. at The Mackey Mortuary by Rabbi David Korb. Burial will be in Beth Israel Cemetery. Pallbearers will be Leon Campbell, Leon Shain, William Rosenfeld, Sam Lurey, Jack Davis and Morris Glickman. Mr. Zaglin died yesterday at 12:15 a. m. in a local nursing home after an illeness of seven months. Born in Lithuania, he was a former resident of Fayetteville, but had lived in Greenville since 1922. Mr. Zaglin was a member and past president of Congregation Beth Israel. He wa a member of the board of directors of Hebrew Academy of Miami. He wa a Mason and a member of the Hejaz Temple of the Shrine. Surviving are his wife, Annie Tuchfield Zaglin; two duaghters, Mrs. Alex Davis and Mrs Meyer Lurey of Greenville; a son, Henry Zaglin of Greenville; seven grandchidlren and a great-grandchild. The body is at the mortuary. According to Orthodox rule, flowers are omitted. The family is at the home a daughter, Mrs. Alex Davis, 23 Rockwood Drive.

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3898. “The Greenville News,” South Carolina. Greenville.
Annie Kline Kaufman, 89, of 149 Vista Ave., died Saturday. She was a member of Congregation Beth Israel, the Congregation Beth Israel Sisterhood and the National Council of Jewish Women. Her late husband was the former owner of Kaufman Brothers, Inc. Surviving are her daughter, Charlotte Kauffman Katz of Greenville; and a son, Alfred Kaufman of Greenville. Graveside services: 2 p.m. Sunday in Beth Israel Cemetery. Memorials may be made to Congregation Beth Israel Bible Fund, 425 Summit Drive, 29609.

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3899. “"South Carolina Death Records, 1821 - 1955," database, Ancestry.com,” Bureau of Vital Statistics, State Board of Health, State of South Carolina, (http://ancestry.com), Y, Y.
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YES
3900. “Mrs. Dora Kaufman,” South Carolina. Greenville.
Mrs. Dora Kaufman. Mrs. Dora Kaufman, mother of A. Kaufman, proprietor of the auto accessory store of Kaufman Brothers, died suddenly at 3 o'clock yesterday afternoon at the home, 104 East Stone avenue. She was 69 year of age and had lived in Greenville five years, coming from Flint, Michigan to this city to reside Three sons and three daughters survive her as follows; B. Kufman, of this city, Harry Kaufman of Flint, Michigan, Abraham Kaufman, of Bulgaria, Mrs. Mollie Davis, of Greenville, Mrs. Rebecca Loeb, of Mobile, Ala, and Mrs. Clara Feder of New York City. A brother Mendel Buchultz and a sister, Mrs. Gertutrude Fine of Jacksonville, Fla., also survive her. Funeral services will be held tomorrow in Jacksonville, Florida, to which place the body will be taken. Mr. and Mrs. B. Kaufman will accompany the body of their motther to Jacksonville, leaving Greenville over the Southern railway at 5 o[clock this afternoon.

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3901. “Digital Images of Death Certificates South Carolina Death Records, 1821 - 1955,” South Carolina Bureau of Vital Statistics, State Board of Health, State of South Carolina, Ancestry.com, http://Ancestry.com :2008., Y, Y.
Mrs. Dora Kaufman. Mrs. Dora Kaufman, mother of A. Kaufman, proprietor of the auto accessory store of Kaufman Brothers, died suddenly at 3 o'clock yesterday afternoon at the home, 104 East Stone avenue. She was 69 years of age and had lived in Greenville five years, coming from Flint, Michigan, to this city to reside. Three sons and three daughters survive her as follow; B. Kaufman, of this city, Harry Kaufman, of Flint, Michigan, Abraham Kaufman, of Bulgaria, Mrs. Mollie Davis, of Greenville, Mrs. Rebecca Loeb, of Mobile, Ala., and Mrs. Clara Feder of New Yorek City. A brother Mendel Buultz and a sister, Mrs. Gertrude FIne of Jacksonville, Fla., also survive her. Funeral services will be held tomorrow in Jacksonville, Floida, to which place the body will be taken, Mr. and Mrs. B. Kaufman will accompany the body of their mother to Jacksonville, leaving Greenville over the Southern railway at 5 o'clock this afternoon.

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3902. “"Border Crossings: From Canada to U.S., 1895 - 1956," database, Ancestry.com ?,” Ancestry.com, (http://www.ancestry.com : 2010), Y, Y.
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YES
3903. S141
3905. Michelle Guinault-Picciotto, Dec 12.
3906. Lisa Ezra, Dec 12, Israel.
3907. Denny Arar, Dec 12, USA.
3909. Daniel Smith, Dec 12, UK.
3910. Daniel Pinto, Dec 12, Jan 16, Brasil.
3911. Import from FamilyEcho.com 14 November 2012
3912. “Import from Andrew Hougie,” 18 December 2012, Andrew Hougie.
3913. Michael Shamash, Mar 2018.
3914. Donald’s chart emailed by Terry 20 November 2012
3916. Naturalisation certificate
3917. www.geni.com - Willie Bagg
3918. Monique Frenzel, Dec 12, Australia.
3919. Isabelle Alroy, Dec 12, Oct 13, France.
3920. Elie Shohet, Dec 12, Israel.
3921. Albert Delburgo, Dec 12.
3923. Danny Masri, Jan 13, Mar 2020.
3924. Nathalie Farhi Braun, Jan 13.
3926. Ezra Farhi, jan 13, jan 2017, Israel.
3927. Manuella Keller, Jan 13, Lausanne, Suisse.
3928. Dan Farhi, Jan 13, Israel.
3929. Sheela Westre, Jan 13, USA.
3930. Victor Alkana, Jan 13, Mar 13 to Present, California.
3931. Victor Levi, Jan 13, California.
3932. Charles Modiano, Jan 13, Washington.
3934. Brian Carmona, Jan 13, Jul 2019, USA.
3936. David Matthews, Jan 13, Singapore.
3937. Avital Inbar, Jan 13, Israel.
3940. Nicolas Philippe, Jan 13, France.
3942. Jacqueline Tawil, Jan 13, Jul 2021, West Palm Beach Garden, West Palm Beach Garden.
3943. Albert Zonana, Jan 13, USA.
3945. Danielle Dany Liniado, Feb 13, Apr 13, jan 2020, Mexique.
3947. Michael Horesh, Feb 13, May 2020.
3949. Maurice Goldenberg, Feb 13, Amsterdam, the Netherlands.
3951. “To Montefiore by Judah, Mehir and David,” 19th Century after the death of Raphael., Montefiore Trust.
3952. Meredith Hamo, Feb 13, Aug 14.
3954. “Sidney Bendahan,” 2/16/13, Webmaster, Boca.
3955. “Marcel Cohen-Dumani,” Feb 13, Webmaster, Boca Raton, Fl.
3958. Nisso Zan, Feb 13, Israel.
3959. Ilan Levy, Feb 13.
3960. Lillie Weiss, Feb 13.
3962. Nanette Vidal, Mar 13, May 2022, Milano, Italy.
3963. Eileen Khalastchy , Mar 13, UK.
3966. Charles Anzarut, Mar 13, Jun 2020, Melbourne, Australia.
3967. Victor Farhi, Marc 13, Bulgaria.
3968. Albert Gabbai, Mar 13, Philadelphia.
3969. Maryse Jehan, Mar 13, UK.
3970. Rachel Wolff, Mar 13.
3971. John Cowell, Mar 13, Sep 2016, Southport, UK.
3972. Maryse Jehan, Mar 13.
3973. David Dangoor, Mar 13, Jun 15, April 2016, London, England.
3974. Eduardo Zeitune, Mar 13, Nov 2018, Brasil.
3975. Jean-Maurice Coutecuisse, Mar 13, France.
3976. Justine Barda, Mar 13.
3978. Guillermo Wong Cohén, Mar 13, Mexico City.
3979. Robin Adda, Mar 13.
3980. Jacques Mizart, Mar 13, Mar 2019, Aug 2019, France.
3982. RF, Mar 13, Evanston, Il, USA.
3983. Viviane Paolini, Mar 13.
3984. Raisy Derzie, Mar 13, Apr 13.
3985. Joe Maley, Mar 13, UK.
3986. “Adda Families,” March 2013, Philippe Ismalun.
3987. 2, Cimetière N°1 Chatby, Alexandrie, Other.
3988. Victor Zakkai, Dec 10, Jan 11, Mar 13.
3989. Sarine Riro Levy, Apr 13, Jul 14.
3990. Jean-Michel Kahn, Apr 13, Paris.
3991. Karen Gabrielle Alex Staal , April 7, 2013, Australia.
3993. Yves Turquier, Apr 13, France.
3994. Morris Tabush, Apr 13, Brooklyn, USA.
3995. Sossy Gorelick, Apr 13.
3997. Raymond Sasson, Apr 13, USA.
3998. Alan Scholnick, Apr 13, New York, NY.
3999. Mike Killingley, Apr 13, Aug 2022, Winchester, England.
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